Our new updated models for renting pastures and barns cover all these eventualities. Below, we briefly look at the different options. Allowing horse owners to graze their animals on your land is one way to ensure income on underutilized pastures. Although many agreements are organised on a lax basis, it is worth considering whether a more formal approach would be more appropriate. Their grazing agreement will cover important topics, including: „The bad agreement with the grazing animal could cause the landowner to lose vital agricultural subsidies, uniform agricultural payments, effects on succession planning agreements, and even possession of the country, both temporarily and permanently.“ This would ensure that you would not have an accidental rental relationship that would affect your control of the country and prevent you from using BPS. There are five main agreements that govern the grazing regime for horses: a grazing licence; a common law rental agreement; a business lease relationship (in accordance with the Landlord &Tenant Act); an agricultural lease relationship (OEE); and „profit to be taken“. Our pasture lease could for example be used where the tenant grazes horses on the owner`s land in association with a riding school elsewhere. It would be a pasture farm. However, if the pasture is part of the riding school grounds, the owner should grant a commercial lease agreement (see below). A grazing permit can be used if the owner of the horse does not have exclusive use of the country. A license can be granted to a private owner or a professional user. Our grazing license provides for inclusive license fees and contains model agreements that govern the licensee`s use of the country.
This Agreement may be used for farmed animals of any species, including sheep, horses and cows. It is suitable if there is a shed, shelter or barn on the grounds, but the building can only be used for animals and no arrangement can be made for the maintenance of the building by the tenant. The owner must receive the land and buildings. This agreement is distinguished by the fact that it is a contract to take what grows in the countryside and not a license of occupation. Since it does not grant rights of use to the licensee, the landowner grants far fewer rights than it would under a grazing lease. If the tenant wants to set up part of his business on your land (including training and training) and the pasture therefore becomes incidental to this activity, you can grant a business rental agreement. However, you should expressly withdraw from Part II of the ETA in order to avoid a guarantee of ownership which is particularly important if the country has development potential or if you probably wish to repossess it for your own purposes. Lawpack`s grazing contract is a common law lease with a fixed term of up to three years.. . . .