Any land or premises let together with a dwelling house1 is treated as part of the dwelling house unless the land or premises so let consists of agricultural land2 exceeding two acres3 in extent4. There need not be a single letting or comprehensive rent for the dwelling and the other land to be let together5; nor need the hereditaments be contiguous6; nor will severance of the reversion prevent land being let together with the house7.
Subject to the above rule, a tenancy8 is not a protected tenancy9 if the dwelling house which is subject to the tenancy is let together
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