| Commentary

84.1 Remuneration

| Commentary

84 The contracting agreements

84.1 Remuneration

The first two contracting agreements1 cater for a landowner whose farm is adequately stocked (where livestock farming is concerned) and whose fixed equipment and machinery is adequate for the needs of the holding, but who wishes to appoint a contractor with wide discretion as to the day-to-day running of the farm and with an entitlement to remuneration designed to give the sort of incentive that would be given to a general partner, but without involving the contractor in joint and several liability and without giving the contractor authority as principal in the business.

These two agreements

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