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  • Renting in breach of AOC
    by Rene-D
    Hi All,


    I looking for anybody who has had a similar tenancy experience and/or the opinions of whoever wishes to share them on being rented a property with an AOC, without being informed. The landlord knows that I am in breach of the conditions and i feel that i am just part of his...
    01-06-2022, 21:01 PM
  • Reply to Renting in breach of AOC
    by Rene-D
    I have decided to inform the council of the breach and let them decide.
    02-06-2022, 11:46 AM
  • Reply to Renting in breach of AOC
    by jpkeates
    An AOC is an Agricultural Occupancy Condition, which is a planning restriction on a property.
    It means that anyone living there has to be an agricultural worker (or their widow/widower).

    How was the lower rent explained to you?
    Your risk of eviction is, realistically, no greater...
    02-06-2022, 11:28 AM
  • Reply to Renting in breach of AOC
    by Hudson01
    I am sure there are other forum members like me out there...... what is AOC and how can a breach be made ? Not familiar with it all. Thanks.
    02-06-2022, 10:45 AM
  • Reply to Renting in breach of AOC
    by JK0
    AOC is keen on the Green New Deal. I'd have nothing to do with her if I were you.
    01-06-2022, 21:23 PM
  • Reply to Letting to horse owner dilemma
    by CStevens
    Nazmy,

    You have probably already dealt with all of this but just in case not:

    1. it will depend on the agreement but likely a notice to quit which, if the agreement has expired and is periodic and doesnt set out time limits for notices, a reasonable notice is required.
    ...
    30-05-2022, 05:15 AM
  • Letting to horse owner dilemma
    by Nazmy
    Hi, id be so grateful for advice in a stressful situation:
    We rented out the 2 halves of our land to 2 horse owners. £200/month each, written contract, grass livery. One moved on, so we were going to relet her half ...but the other lady offered to pay an extra £80 for the whole lot, which she...
    23-03-2022, 19:14 PM
  • Council tax with Ag tie
    by space cowboy
    Has anyone had there band reduced because of there Ag tie, I think im a band F paying around £2400 PA on a 4 bed detached house? Thanks in advance
    13-05-2022, 14:01 PM
  • Reply to Council tax with Ag tie
    by nukecad
    You normally have to apply for a revaluation of the banding within 3 months of moving in, although it is possible to do a late application.

    Of course the original banding may have included the tie anyway.

    Revaluation can backfire if the property has been improved since 1991....
    13-05-2022, 15:43 PM
  • Reply to Letting to horse owner dilemma
    by Another Fine Mess
    Apart from getting a Specialist Solicitor to serve her with a Notice to Quit, I would try and find a firm of Chartered Surveyors who deal with Equestrian Property and ask them to meet at your land with a view as to what they would suggest it would bring in rent if they were to market it for rent. You...
    03-04-2022, 13:29 PM
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