Commentary

73 Agricultural holdings—tribunal’s consent

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

73 Agricultural holdings—tribunal’s consent

| Commentary

73 Agricultural holdings—tribunal’s consent

Where the consent of the Agricultural Land Tribunal is required for the operation of a notice to quit (namely because it is not an incontestable notice), the tribunal must give its consent if it is satisfied that the carrying out of the purpose for which the smallholdings authority (or the Secretary of State or the Welsh Minister) proposes to terminate the tenancy is desirable for the purpose of the enactments relating to smallholdings1; and if it appears to it that a fair and reasonable landlord would insist on possession2.

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