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The milk quota was introduced in 1984 in an effort to contain milk over-production throughout the EC. Dairy farmers are now confronted by detailed and complicated rules imposed at both European and national levels. Milk quota is, however, a valuable asset which those involved in the system need to understand if the full economic potential of quota is to be realized.;This book provides practical commentary on this complicated subject, and guides the reader through the maze of bureaucracy and legislation. Advice is given on: the origins of quota, the quota system and how it works, how quota is altered and adjusted and tenants' claims for compensation on termination of tenancy.;This publication offers a jargon-free interpretation of the principles, safeguards and penalties which underpin the milk quota system. It acts as a reference for all producers, students, solicitors and consultants.;John Edwards is the author of ""The Ancient Monuments"", ""Archaeological Areas Act"" and ""An Introduction to Milk Quotas"".