Grazing Agreement

This agreement is suitable for use enabling a land owner to grant a third party the right to use a piece of land for the purpose of grazing sheep or other animals.
 

It is essential that the right is not an exclusive one i.e. it should be a right exercised in common with the owner. This is what the agreement says and it is what must happen in practice. The reason for this is that if exclusive possession is given then the occupier could claim to have a tenancy as opposed to a licence. This is an important distinction as a tenancy will create continuing rights beyond those set out in the agreement.

Agreement for Grazing a Horse
This agreement is suitable to enable a landowner to permit a third party to use his land (and possibly buildings erected on it) to graze a horse or pony. The use of the land must not be for business purposes. This is what the agreement says and it is what must happen in practice. The reason for this is that if the land is used for business purposes that the occupier may be able to claim a business tenancy which means that he would be able to claim continuing rights beyond those set out in the agreement

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