| Commentary

81 The arrangements

| Commentary

81 The arrangements

In the simplest form of arrangement1, the landowner provides the use of the land and buildings (including the cost of any necessary repairs) and the inputs to the crops. The non-landowning working farmer provides the labour and machinery and, possibly, some of the inputs. There is no provision for the parties to make adjustments between themselves as to the overall cost of taking the crop to harvest. The crops in the ground remain the property of the landowner and the rights of the working farmer are restricted to the right to receive (as money) a proportionate part

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