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Firming up ‘handshake’ agreements – commercial lettings on farms and estates

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It is common for landowners to agree to lease part of their property for non-agricultural purposes, most commonly for storage or lock ups.

Often such agreements are simply “hand-shake” agreements made verbally or informally based on an established good relationship. A long commercial agreement will rarely be necessary in these circumstances but a straightforward lease can be useful to record the basics and avoid disputes.

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15 September 2016 0 Comments Posted in Agriculture & Rural Business

Why you should register your property with the Land Registry

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Alice Newsome, solicitor in our Residential Property, Farms & Estates team discusses the benefits of registering your property with the Land Registry.

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