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This text provides practitioners with a ready guide to the actions and reactions which are required to be taken by landlord and tenant in a variety of circumstances. It sets out the steps to be taken in an agricultural tenancy from its inception, through succession to the tenancy, to termination.
Potential pitfalls are identified and practical advice on how to avoid them is offered. Key points and relevant time limits are highlighted at the beginning of each chapter. The text concentrates on aspects of landlord and tenant, particularly the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 1991, but it also covers some of the more general aspects of agricultural law, the Common Agricultural Policy and quotas, deer and game, with some consideration of environmental legislation.