Letter Refusing Consent to Improvements under the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995

Agricultural Landlord’s Refusal of Consent to Improvements

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This Agricultural Landlord’s Refusal of Consent to Improvements should be used when a Farm Business Tenant has sought consent to the making of improvements to the holding and the Landlord does not agree to the improvements being made. 

Improvements are defined as any physical improvement which is made on the holding by the Tenant by their own effort or wholly or partly at his own expense, and also any intangible advantage which is obtained for the holding by the Tenant by their own effort or wholly or partly at their own expense and which becomes attached to the holding. Examples of intangible advantages include milk quotas and planning permissions which have not been implemented.

This letter states that consent will not be given and allows the Landlord to give reasons for the refusal of consent.

If the Tenant wishes to dispute the Landlord’s refusal, the Tenant may take the matter to arbitration.

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