For the purposes of determining a tenancy from year to year, the reckoning of the period of half a year varies according as to whether the tenancy commences on one of the usual quarter days, or on some other day1. Where the tenancy commences on a quarter day, the period of the notice is a customary half-year (that is to say, the interval between one quarter day and the next quarter day but one). Such a notice is sufficient even if in point of length it falls short of the actual period of half a year, namely 182 days
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