Case D applies where at the date of the giving of the notice to quit1 the tenant2 had failed to comply with a written notice served on him by the landlord3, being either a notice requiring him within two months of the service of the notice to pay any rent due in respect of the agricultural holding4 to which the notice to quit relates5 or a notice requiring him within a reasonable period specified in the notice to remedy6 any breach by the tenant that was capable of being remedied of any term or condition of his tenancy which
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