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Tenants’ improvements avoid risk of conflict with landlords

TENANT farmers have a chance to set clear terms with landlords on which farm improvements are liable for compensation.

Speaking at the Scottish Agricultural Arbiters & Valuers Association annual field day in Midlothian last week, the organisation’s president Rob Forrest discussed the upcoming opportunity for tenants and landlords to establish amnesty agreements.

‘Under the Land Reform Act, and starting on June 13 this year, we now have a temporary opportunity to regularise the position for existing improvements on tenanted farms,’ he explained. ‘I strongly encourage all tenants to use this chance to get their house in order and establish the compensation terms of any improvements made.

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