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By A. Sydenham

This concise and well-established operating consultant for landowners, farmers and their advisers explains the legislations at the possession, profession and use of agricultural land. crucial legislations for Landowners and Farmers presents a useful resource of sound recommendation, clarifying the advanced difficulties dealing with landowners this day, and explaining the legislations governing their answer. during this significant new version, all of the chapters were re-written and a number of other extra, to mirror the large adjustments within the legislations over the past 11 years - from the recent entry to open land to environmental concerns and the advent of the farm company tenancy. Designed for speedy and simple reference, the ebook concentrates on problems with major relevance to landowners and now with an additional studying part, this ebook is a vital unmarried resource of steerage on land law.According to Lord Plumb, writing at the final variation, interpreting it will probably evade a lot 'dispute and false impression ... argument and bloodshed'.

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The notice to quit will then not take effect unless the Agricultural Land Tribunal consents to its operation. The Tribunal has to decide whether a fair and reasonable landlord would insist on possession. If after the counter notice the tenant goes to arbitration to test the reason given in the notice to quit, the counter notice is nullified, but should the Arbitrator uphold the notice to quit the tenant can give a further counter notice within one month from the delivery of the award (section 28 Agricultural Holdings Act 1986).

The yearly tenancy can be terminated by a written notice of at least 12 but less than 24 months expiring at the end of the completed year. The notice can be served during the last year of the fixed term so that the tenancy is terminated at the end of the following year. It is not possible to contract out of these provisions (section 6 Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995). 2 Periodic tenancies In order to terminate a yearly tenancy a written notice of at least 12 but less than 24 months taking effect at the end of a year of the tenancy must be served.

The arbitrator can determine the rent only on an open market basis (section 13 Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995). On the other hand, a person appointed by agreement after the service of the statutory review notice, who is not acting as an arbitrator, can determine the rent on a basis agreed by the parties. If neither an arbitrator nor any other person is agreed upon, then either party can apply to the President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for the appointment by him of an arbitrator (section 12 Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995).

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