An owner1 of agricultural land2 is deemed to fulfil his responsibilities to manage it in accordance with the rules of good estate management in so far as his management of the land, and, so far as it affects the management of that land, of other land managed by him, is such as to be reasonably adequate to enable an occupier3 of the land who is reasonably skilled in husbandry4 to maintain efficient production as respects both the kind of produce and the quantity and quality of the produce5
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