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Landlord and Tenant Matters

With comprehensive knowledge of Agricultural, Commercial and Residential Tenancy Law, we at Salter and Mckenna are experts in providing advice and implementation of various different Landlord and Tenant matters spreading across the three main sectors: Agricultural, Commercial and Residential.
Hay Bales

 Farm Business Tenancies:


We advise clients on the entire process from preparation and any implications that may have on the overall business, including from a tax point of view, right through to implementation and ongoing management of the tenancy agreement. 

 Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancies:

Whilst it is no longer possible to create new tenancies under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 (except in limited circumstances), they do still account for a proportion of existing agricultural tenancies across the UK. 

We are able to advise clients on all matters surrounding the tenancy, including, rent reviews, tenant right matters, termination of tenancies and of particular importance succession planning and application. 

Self-Storage Units

Tenancies under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954

We have extensive experience in both the preparation and implementation of tenancies and also managing existing tenancies. 

We are able to provide advice and guidance on a wide range of matters relating to commercial leases, both new and existing. This also extends to assisting at the end of a tenancy, including preparing and administering any required notices and advising on any end of tenancy matters. 

We also have a large amount of experience in complete management of larger multi let commercial premises across the East Anglian region. 


We have a wide range of experience with varying different residential leases, from Assured Shorthold Tenancies right through to pre 1989 regulated tenancies. We have expereince in applying for fair rent increases from the Valuations Office, carrying out formal inspections throughout the tenancy and ensuring that all relevant legislation is adhered to. 

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