These documents incorporate specific provisions designed to protect landlords who let property that includes equestrian facilities such as stables, paddocks and arenas. Written by a lawyer who has owned horses for many years, these equestrian property leases cover a variety of situations from allowing a neighbour to set-up jumps in a field, to renting a house with a stable block and indoor arena. Guidance notes and use of plain English make these easy documents to edit.
Equestrian property leases
This is a licence to occupy for non-business use. Provisions in this document are tailored for land and buildings of a rural character, and it is assumed that the property would be used to keep horses or other equines, recreation, or storage of agricultural or equestrian equipment, food, or other personal goods.
This is a lease of an equestrian establishment of any size. Use for a livery yard, training or recovery facilities, or for racing yards. It is suitable for private or business use. It provides for care and maintenance of buildings, plant, facilities and grassland.
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