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Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 2003

Section 41: Imposition of conditions by Land Court

130.This section applies where a landlord objects to a tenant's notice of diversification, on the basis of one or more of the grounds under section 40(9), and has notified the tenant in accordance with section 40(11) and (12). Subsection (1) provides that where the Land Court determines such an objection to be unreasonable, then the objection is of no effect and the land may be used as specified in the notice of diversification (see (a), (b) and (c) of section 40(2)) from such date as the Court may fix, subject to any conditions imposed by the Court under subsection (2).

131.Subsection (3) provides that where the Land Court determines a condition imposed on a tenant by a landlord and notified to the tenant in accordance with section 40(11) and (12) to be unreasonable, then the Court may remove the condition. The Court may, in place of a condition which it removes, impose on the tenant any such reasonable conditions as it considers appropriate.

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