Commentary

71 Agricultural holdings: incontestable notice to quit—Case A

ALLOTMENTS, SMALLHOLDINGS AND GARDENS vol 2(3)
| Commentary

71 Agricultural holdings: incontestable notice to quit—Case A

| Commentary

71 Agricultural holdings: incontestable notice to quit—Case A

Generally, where a landlord serves a notice to quit an agricultural holding, the tenant is entitled to serve a counter-notice1.

The tenant is not, however, entitled to serve a counter-notice when the holding has been let as a smallholding by a smallholdings authority (or by the Secretary of State or the Welsh Minister) on or after 12 September 19842 and the notice to quit states that it is given under Case A3.

The following conditions must be fulfilled:

  1. 71.1

        the tenant must have attained the age

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