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Allotments Act (Northern Ireland) 1932

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3Conditions applying to tenants of allotments.N.I.

(1)Every tenant who—

(a)within three weeks after an allotment has been allocated to him has not made such progress in the cultivation of the allotment as the local authority consider reasonable; or

(b)has not properly cultivated his allotment within such period as the local authority consider reasonable; or

(c)disobeys any provisions of this Act or of the prescribed regulations applying to his allotment; or

(d)has failed to pay the rent of his allotment for a period of four consecutive weeks;

shall forfeit his allotment, and the local authority shall thereupon be entitled to take and recover possession thereof:

Provided that an allotment shall not be forfeited under this section except after one week's previous notice sent by post to, or delivered at, the usual or last known address of the tenant, to the effect that the allotment will be forfeited for the reasons specified in such notice.

(2)A tenant who has forfeited an allotment under this section shall, after such forfeiture, be disqualified from obtaining an allotment under the provisions of this Act:

Provided that this sub-section shall be deemed not to apply in any case where amends for the default causing the said forfeiture have been made to the satisfaction of the local authority.

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