Where land1 is let on a tenancy for use by the tenant as an allotment garden2, or is let to a council of any district, parish, or London borough, or, in Wales, community, county or county borough3, or an association4, for subletting for that use5, the tenancy or any part thereof cannot be terminated by the landlord6 by notice to quit or re-entry, notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary7, except8:
(1) by 12 months'9 or longer notice to quit expiring on or before 6 April or on or after 29 September10;
(2) by re-entry after three months' previous written
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