Joint Initiative Guidelines for Agricultural Tenancies

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Joint Initiative Guidelines for Agricultural Tenancies

Under the joint initiative banner, NFUS, STFA, and SLE has produced a number of best practice documents for secure tenancies.  In collaboration with the Interim Commissioner for tenant farming, these notes are an important reference point for both landlords and tenants of secure tenancies.  More guidance notes will be added as they are completed.  Members who have any concerns or questions relating to these documents are invited to call NFUS on 0131 472 4000 for further information.

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