Agricultural land licence: to hold a show; fair or other event
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About this document
A licence for any event taking place on agricultural land - equestrian, market, rally or fair etc between the land owner and event organiser. The event may take place on any number of days and the agreement allows additional time for setting out, packing up and cleaning.
If the event organiser requires certainty/a legal right to occupy, for example if he intends to spend substantial sums in promotion of the event, he may insist on a lease, such as document Agricultural property lease: land and buildings for non-farming business use, but note that "Agricultural property lease: land and buildings for non-farming business use" does not contain all the provisions specific to events management.
Application and features
- Suitable for any landowner
- Suitable for any event organiser who wants to hire any combination of buildings or land for an event
- Details of the parties
- Details of the land, term and fee
- Use allowed
- Toilet and other hygiene facilities
- Maintenance of walls, fences, gates and other boundaries
- Vehicles coming onto the land
- Rubbish and chemicals used
- Access for both parties
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.
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