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A landlord under an Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 tenancy dated 14 February 1984 would like to take back possession as the tenant is winding down operations and wishes to serve a Notice to Quit on the tenant. This is essentially agreed between the parties. Which section, Section 25 or Part III, should be referred to within the Notice?

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  • A landlord under an Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 tenancy dated 14 February 1984 would like to take back possession as the tenant is winding down operations and wishes to serve a Notice to Quit on the tenant. This is essentially agreed between the parties. Which section, Section 25 or Part III, should be referred to within the Notice?

A landlord under an Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 tenancy dated 14 February 1984 would like to take back possession as the tenant is winding down operations and wishes to serve a Notice to Quit on the tenant. This is essentially agreed between the parties. Which section, Section 25 or Part III, should be referred to within the Notice?

Part III of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 (AHA 1986) sets out the requirements for serving notices to quit all or part of an agricultural holding. The landlord’s notice to quit may contain reasons upon which it is given but this is not mandatory. If the tenant is unwilling to accept the notice to quit, Part III makes provision for the tenant to serve a counter-notice, the effect of which is that the notice can then only take effect if the Agricultural Land Tribunal (ALT) in Wales or the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (FTT(PC)) in England consents to it doing so: s 26. In

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