Surrender value of AHA tenancy

Discussion in 'Tenant Farming, Subsidies, BPS & Legal Issues' started by Stockwell, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    too long ago
     
  2. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    .
    Its different in scotland, the tenant is preferred bidder
     
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2018
  3. Little squeak

    Little squeak Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    the figures are no where near right £1500 compounded at 30% would be over £20,000 after 10 years. for it to be £5000 the interest rate would be under 13%
     
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  4. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    Who mentioned compounding?
    No one
    We are not talking about interest rates
     
  5. Weasel

    Weasel Member

    Location:
    in the hills

    What a bunch of barstewards! Are you still a tenant?
     
  6. Little squeak

    Little squeak Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
     
  7. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    £5000 minus £1500 is £3500
    Thats £350 yr increase
    Which is 23%
    Add the rent of £100 ac and you have 30%
    In round figures
     
  8. Little squeak

    Little squeak Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    And I didn't even count the rent?
     
  9. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    I did this time
     
  10. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    I did this time
    30% was a good rough estimate
     
  11. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    No
     
  12. I was in a similar position, but tenant of land passed for building, so could have been kicked off by following the procedure set out in the agreement (number x the rent).
    Does your agreement have this clause?
    Remember Capital Gains tax will want a cut if you don't reinvest.
     
  13. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    Was that for whole farm or part?
    Eviction where the landlord has planning is grossly unjust.
     
  14. Part, about 12%
    Note; I said "could"
     
  15. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    That's good, a far better position to be in
     
  16. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    Not really
    Its one thing to lose a tenancy, quite another when they take most of your capital too.
     
  17. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    But nobody having you by the bollocks is surely a good thing?
     
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  18. glasshouse

    glasshouse Member

    Location:
    lothians
    They took them too.:eek:
     
  19. gwdunn

    gwdunn Member

    Location:
    Berkshire
    Just to manage expectations, annual TFA subscription is £189.
     
  20. Henery

    Henery Member

    Location:
    South shropshire
    Still excellent value , I find it v hard to believe that anyone renting land is not a member.
     
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