Budding_Farmer wrote: »
I have been looking at buying a property with an AOC however it is not owned by anyone in agriculture. His ex wife and children live in the property the divorce was i understand about 1998. The AOC wording is obscure and relates to working in agriculture or forestry or retired from agriculture or their resident dependents. I do not qualify for the AOC however I want the property because of the price. My question is what does resident dependents mean and would the divorce make any difference to whether the AOC us enforceable.
lincroft1710 wrote: »
If the AOC can easily be lifted and the vendor realises this, I don't expect the price will remain at its current low.
Nixer wrote: »
It seems a shame that it still lies empty when we're told there's a shortage of decent housing.
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