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18(1)In this Schedule—E+W
“allocated quota” has the meaning given in paragraph 1(1) above;
“holding” has the same meaning as in the 1986 Regulations;
“landlord” means any person for the time being entitled to receive the rents and profits of any land and “sub-landlord” shall be construed accordingly;
“milk quota” means—
in the case of a tenant registered in the direct sales register maintained under the 1986 Regulations, a direct sales quota (within the meaning of the 1986 Regulations); and
in the case of a tenant registered in the wholesale register maintained under those Regulations, a wholesale quota (within the meaning of those Regulations);
“the Minister” means—
“registered”, in relation to milk quota, means—
in the case of direct sales quota (within the meaning of the 1986 Regulations) registered in the direct sales register maintained under those Regulations; and
in the case of a wholesale quota (within the meaning of those Regulations) registered in a wholesale register maintained under those Regulations;
“relevant quota” has the meaning given in paragraph 1(2) above;
“standard quota” has the meaning given in paragraph 6 above;
“the 1986 Regulations” means the M1Dairy Produce Quotas Regulations 1986;
“tenancy” means a tenancy from year to year (including any arrangement which would have effect as if it were such a tenancy by virtue of section 2 of the M2Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 if it had not been approved by the Minister) or a tenancy to which section 3 of that Act applies (or would apply apart from section 5 of that Act); and “tenant” and “sub-tenant” shall be construed accordingly;
“tenant’s fraction” has the meaning given in paragraph 7 above;
“termination”, in relation to a tenancy, means the cesser of the letting of the land in question or the agreement for letting the land, by reason of effluxion of time or from any other cause;
“transferred quota” has the meaning given in paragraph 1(2) above.
(2)In this Schedule references to land used for the feeding of dairy cows kept on the land and to dairy cows have the same meaning as in paragraph 6 above.
(3)The designations of landlord and tenant shall continue to apply to the parties until the conclusion of any proceedings taken under or in pursuance of this Schedule.
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