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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Agricultural Law in Scotland isbn 9781845926526

Agricultural Law in Scotland

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ISBN13: 9780406115140
ISBN: 0406115141
New Edition ISBN: 1845926528
Published: June 1996
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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.

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Scots Law
Introduction. The holding. Security of tenure and contracting out. Leases for less than year to year. Provision and maintenance of fixed equipment. Rent and rent reviews. Restrictions on land use. Improvements. Muirburn. Game and deer. Succession planning. Succession to a lease. Termination and part termination. Notices to quit. Response to notice to quit. Response to s 22(2) notice to quit and demands to remedy. Rights and claims on termination or partial termination. Tenant's claims on termination. Landlord's rights and claims on termination. Market gardens. Small landholdings and statutory small tenancies. Dispute resolution. Milk quotas. IACS, subsidies and quotas. Appendix 1: statutory materials. Appendix 2: styles."