Administering Formal Leasehold Agreements on Agricultural Property

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Administering Formal Leasehold Agreements on Agricultural Property

07 April 2021

Senior Associate Solicitor, Amy Husk recently advised a client on formal leasehold agreements for a farmyard and adjoining land in East Kent. The farmyard buildings and land, occupied by several different tenants, have a variety of different uses such as equestrian, kennels and storage. Historically, they had been let on a relatively informal basis.

As a diversified farm business, it was important to have proper legal documentation in place to ensure both the owner and the business tenants have the protection and clarity they need.

Amy set up the business leases required which were tailored to meet the individual needs of each business. The process involved careful consideration and planning as well as a collaborative approach between client and lawyer.

For more information on the legal documentation required for a diversified farm business and other agricultural property assets, please contact Amy Husk or a member of the Commercial Property team.

Girlings has offices in AshfordCanterbury and Herne Bay.

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