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3. In Schedule 2 (grounds for consent to operation of notices to quit a tenancy where section 25(3) applies)—
(a)in Part I (grounds for consent to operation of notice to quit a tenancy let before 1 January 1984) and Part II (grounds for consent to operation of notice to quit a tenancy let on or after 1 January 1984) in Cases 2, 3, 6 and 7, for “two-man unit” substitute “viable unit”;
(b)in Part III (supplementary)—
(i)in paragraph 1, for the definition of “two-man unit” substitute—
““viable unit” means an agricultural unit which in the opinion of the Land Court is capable of providing an individual occupying it with full-time employment and the means to pay—
the rent payable in respect of the unit; and
for adequate maintenance of the unit.”; and
(ii)in paragraph 2, for “two-man unit” substitute “viable unit”.
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