Where a lease1 of land contains a covenant, condition or agreement which prohibits or restricts the burning of heather or grass by the tenant2, the appropriate tribunal3, on the tenant's application, may, if it appears to it that the covenant, condition or agreement is preventing or impeding the proper use of the land or any of it for agriculture and that in all the circumstances it is expedient to do so, give such directions as it thinks fit for avoiding or relaxing the provision4. This
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