The Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 applies in relation to any tenancy1 beginning on or after 1 September 19952 which fulfils the conditions for farm business tenancies3, except any tenancy of an agricultural holding4 which:
(1) is granted by a written contract of tenancy5 entered into before 1 September 19956 and indicating (in whatever terms) that the Agricultural Holdings Act 19867 is to apply in relation to the tenancy8;
(2) is obtained by virtue of a direction under the statutory provisions relating to succession to agricultural tenancies on death or retirement9;
(3) is granted10 in specified circumstances11 where a successful
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