Landlord & Tenant

Rendells Rural Department offers professional advice and support for a wide range of needs specific to the agricultural and rural community including owner/occupiers, landlords and tenants.

Tenancy work includes preparation of Farm Business Tenancies, Grazing Licences, Rent Reviews, Tenancy Succession Applications and Basic Payment Scheme Assessments.

We can advise both Landlords and Tenants in relation to matters in conjunction with both the Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancies and Farm Business Tenancies under the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995.

This can also include:

  • Compensation for either party at the end of a tenancy including Tenant’s Pastures; Growing Crops; Unexhausted Values of Feeding Stuffs; Fertiliser and Lime Applied; Tenant’s Buildings; Tenant’s Fixtures and Dilapidations
  • Serving of the appropriate Notices under either Act
  • Notices to Quit
  • Arbitration and Independent Expert Witness advice and representation