Horse Grazing Lease Agreement
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. Depending on the circumstances, the landowner and horse owner may be required to use a grazing licence, a private grazing lease, a farm lease, a business lease or a painting contract. You can find templates for all these agreements here. The notes on each document page contain examples of when it might be useful to use the document. .