| Commentary

4 Agricultural Holdings Act 1986

| Commentary

4 Agricultural Holdings Act 1986

An allotment is an agricultural holding1 for the purposes of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 if it is agricultural land2 used for a trade or business3, and is comprised in a contract of tenancy4 entered into before 1 September 1995. The letting must not be a contract under which the land is let to the tenant during his continuance in an office, appointment or employment held under the landlord.

The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 continues to apply to the following tenancies:

  1. 4.1

        existing tenancies protected under the Agricultural Holdings Act 19865;

  2. 4.2

        succession tenancies to the

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