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17 Terms of letting

| Commentary

17 Terms of letting

Land let by a council1 for use as an allotment must normally be let at such a rent as a tenant may reasonably be expected to pay for the land if let for such use on the terms (other than rent) on which it is in fact let2. Except where the yearly rent is £1.25 or less, not more than one quarter’s rent may be required to be paid in advance3. A council may, however, let the land at a lesser rent if the council is satisfied that there exist special circumstances affecting that person which

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