Agricultural land licences are ideal when you want to grant short-term use of your land for a specific purpose. For example, you might want to let for an agricultural show, a car boot sale, or for someone to use your equestrian facilities, or simply a field for spring grazing. These agreements protect you and your property and establish a simple legal relationship which cannot be confused with a lease.
Agricultural land licence agreements
This is a licence to occupy for non-business use. Provisions in this document are tailored for land and buildings of a rural character, and it is assumed that the property would be used to keep horses or other equines, recreation, or storage of agricultural or equestrian equipment, food, or other personal goods.
This document allows you to grant a licence to someone else to hold an event, show or fair on your land for a short and specific period of time. The range of events that could be held is large, from a local show, to an equestrian competition to a market or car boot sale, to having a wedding marquee on the land. Since the land is likely to be of high value, the document contains provisions that ensure the occupier looks after it.
This is a simple agreement for the occasional use of facilities, such as show jumps, arena, gallop or cross country course.
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