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Agricultural Tenancies


I have commenced my waygo amnesty and I am concerned this process will be delayed and perhaps not meet the June deadline. What should I do?

Parties engaged in the waygo amnesty are advised to heed Government’s advice and avoid face to face meetings. Tenants, landlords and agents are asked to resolve as many amnesty claims as possible by means of email, telephone etc. If an amnesty claim cannot be resolved without an on-farm inspection/discussion, such a meeting should be postponed until Government advice changes. It is recognised that this may mean that the meeting has to be held, and the schedule of improvements agreed, after the end of the amnesty period. All landlords and tenants should be reasonable about allowing the process to remain alive even after the end of the amnesty period.


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