Agricultural lease documents

Agricultural lease documents

Agricultural lease documents

Use of agricultural lease

Agriculture land lease agreement is made between the landlord and tenant to use the land for agriculture purpose. The landlord and tenant must describe the period of the lease. The land which is used for agriculture purpose must be described in the agreement. The tenant must use the property as allowed by the landlord.

Obligation of the guarantor

The tenant can provide the guarantor to the landlord to ensure that tenant will fulfil the entire obligation. If he fails to do so, guarantor will indemnify the landlord. This will give the confidence o the landlord to enter into the contract.


Right to quiet enjoyment


The landlord cannot interfere in the quite enjoyment of the tenant.

It is the basic right of tenant to use the land as described by the agreement. The possession must be handed over to the tenant on the commencement date of the lease.

Inspection of the land

The landlord can inspect the land after giving the land on lease. The tenant cannot prohibit the landlord from inspecting of the land. The tenant must provide the access to the landlord for valuing or inspecting the land. The tenant must use the land in a way that does not reduce its productivity.


Transfer or sublet

The tenant cannot sublet the land without the landlord consent.

The tenant is liable to repair the land. The tenant cannot construct any building on the land without prior consent of the landlord. The landlord cannot interfere in the rights of tenant. The landlord must facilitate the tenant for quite enjoyment of the land. The tenant cannot cause any damage to the land. The tenant cannot transfer the land. The tenant cannot mortgage the land for debt purposes. The tenant must fulfil the all the terms of the agreement.


Pre mature termination

The both parties can include the provision for pre mature termination. The tenant must fulfil the all outstanding obligation otherwise the guarantor will be liable to do so. The rent review clause enables the both parties to review the rent after the certain period of time. The rent can be increased or decreased at the review stage. It promotes the good relations between the parties and minimise the disputes. Rent review must be fair and reasonable.


Non payment of rent

The landlord can terminate the lease due to non payment of the rent. It is the duty of the tenant to pay the rent regularly. The landlord must provide a reasonable notice to the tenant for the termination of the lease. The licence cannot provide the exclusive right of possession. It does not create interest in the land.


The booth parties must include the dispute resolution clause. This paragraph will enable the parties to minimise their disputes by way of mediation. The tenant must read the all provisions of the agreement before signing it. The landlord must provide the proof of ownership to the tenant. The landlord must take all pre cautionary steps before entering in to the lease contract.



The both parties can amend the agreement at any stage. The variation must be take place without coercion, undue influence. It must be in written form and signed by both parties.

  Net Lawman provides the Equestrian leases and licenses. Such as:  

 Agricultural lease: equestrian establishment for business use

A standard business lease with additions relevant to the letting an equestrian establishment. If the letting is for a substantially agricultural use, not equestrian except a stud farm, use a farm business tenancy agreement. If you are not sure whether the tenant will or will not carry on an equestrian business, use this document.


Agricultural licence: occupy land with stables

This is a simple license of land for any non-business use. The land may or may not have stables or other buildings on it. As this document will be mostly used by equestrian lovers, it has been drawn to include equestrian related provisions, however, it can just as easily be used for any other non- business use.