Any claim arising on the termination1 of a tenancy of an agricultural holding2 protected by the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 may, and generally will, be settled by agreement between the parties or their respective agents; if, however, disputes which cannot be settled by agreement arise, they will be settled by arbitration or by third party determination under the Agricultural Holdings Act 19863.
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