Case E applies where at the date of the giving of the notice to quit1 the landlord's2 interest in the holding to which the notice relates had been materially prejudiced by the commission by the tenant3 of a breach, not capable of being remedied, of any term or condition of the tenancy which was not inconsistent with the tenant's responsibilities to farm4 in accordance with the rules of good husbandry5, and it is stated in the notice that it is given for that reason6.
Where the landlord is a smallholdings authority7, or is
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