Tacit relocation

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Tacit Relocation in Scots Law is a principle whereby leases of land or buildings are renewed on the same conditions as previously existed if no notice of termination is given within the requisite period, subject to a maximum period of one year, applying in perpetuity until such notice is given. The concept is also known in the law of South Africa.

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