Are the grant rent holders informed that the Commission does not have the authority to order bailiffs to enforce this notification that you have provided? And section (30) (3) of the “Small Holdings and Allotment Act 1908…” States: After the recovery of an allowance from a tenant, the court that directs the recovery may remain the delivery of the property until the payment of the compensation (if any) has been made to the outgoing tenant or insured to the satisfaction of the court. It is not necessary for the lease to be concluded in writing and that an oral agreement could therefore possibly lead to such an assignment garden rent. In addition, a more informal agreement, which, in the view of the parties, is more a mere licence than a lease, could become an award garden lease if, in practice, the purchaser uses the acreage exclusively. Accidental granting of these additional rights to a tenant could be deeply uncomfortable, particularly in a situation where a landlord feels that he or she has entered into a very casual agreement to allow a neighbour or an existing tenant to use a section of neighbouring land as vegetable land. 4. If tenants are actually informed of their fundamental rights, including those mentioned above, can you indicate how those rights are conferred? I would like to determine how many times you have asked the regional court to distribute an allowance holder and what your success rate has been in this type of action. The word “attribution” usually recalls the image of a collection of small garden lots rented by the city council. However, it is also possible for a private landlord to rent a small piece of land for use as a vegetable garden, but the new tenant may offer the new tenant many of the same protections available to tenants from Council allowances. Section 30 (1) of the Small Holdings and Allotment Act 1908…” 1. (1) The rent of an allowance leased by a council in accordance with this Law and the possession of such an allowance in the event of termination or omission of possession, as required by law, may be recovered by the Council as a lessor in the same way as in any other case by the landlord and tenant. Perhaps I can better rephrase this and ask you if you can send me a copy of the message you are sending to the allowance holders and inform them that termination can only be imposed by a court order, or if you do not provide that information, please confirm that you are not doing so.