Agricultural property lease
- Length:12 pages (3300 words)
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About this document
Standard business lease with additions relevant to the rural character of let land and buildings. If you are not sure whether the tenant will or will not carry on a business, use this document.
This docuement is for:
- Landlord (owner of buildings such as stables, sheds or barns)
- Tenant (someone who wants to use buildings)
- For any non-agricultural use, like storage
Lease or licence?
Any licence is outside of the statutory landlord and tenant framework, but the agreement has to reflect the name. An agreement is not a “licence” just because of the title.
The effect of a licence is:
- Tenants have no security
- Landlords need give no notice
Application and features
- Flexible - alternative editable paragraphs to suit your needs
- Comprehensive – simply delete what is not required in your case
- Suitable for many agricultural uses
- Written in plain English
- Explanatory notes included
- Interest and further payments
- Tenant’s use and covenants
- Agricultural restrictions on tenant
- Landlord access
- Responsibilities for condition, repair and maintenance
- Transfer and subletting
- Provision for premature termination
- Rent review
- Quiet enjoyment