| Commentary

74 Licence for grazing

| Commentary

74 Licence for grazing

If the proposed arrangement grants no more than non-exclusive occupation then it will not be a tenancy and will not therefore fall within the provisions of the Agricultural Tenancies Act 19951. In these circumstances the precedent for a grazing licence may be used2.

This licence precedent is designed for use where the grazier is ‘paying’ for the rights granted whether in money or by discharging other obligations. It is not recommended that a licence be granted for proposed uses other than grazing where non-exclusive occupation is intended.

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