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By the Council. 16.2.1 The Council may terminate the tenancy and require the Tenant to vacate the allotment site for any breach of the terms and conditions of the tenancy. Allotment Tenancy Agreement V5 29th November 2021
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By the Council. 25.2.1 The Council may terminate all or any of the Service provided to an individual Customer for any lawful reason whatsoever on giving not less than one week’s written notice to the Provider or if this is not reasonably practicable by giving less than one week’s notice including a notice to take effect immediately; such reason may include but is not limited to the following:
By the Council. On receipt of the dispute, the following actions are to be taken:
By the Council. The Council may end the tenancy if:  the rent is in arrears by more than 40 days, or  if it appears to the Council that there has been breach of the Allotment Tenancy Agreement in which case the Tenant will receive 30 days’ notice, or  By giving 12 months’ notice to the Tenant, or  By giving 3 months’ notice when the land is required for a public undertaking e.g. roads or sewers. Any notice given to the Tenant will be signed on behalf of the Council by the Clerk and will be served on the Tenant either personally or by post. Moreton-in-Xxxxx Town Council ALLOTMENT TENANCY AGREEMENT 2019/20 Name: Address: Tel. No. / Mobile No. Email Names of other users of the allotment Allotment Site: Hospital Road / Evenlode Road / University Plot No. I wish to take up the tenancy of the above allotment plot and confirm receipt of and acceptance of the Allotment Tenancy Agreement 2019/20 Tenancy payment £ Signed: Office Use Only: Cash/Cheque Date:
By the Council. If any of the following events shall occur namely if the Provider:-

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