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If a sports club wishes to use a football pitch infrequently, ie 20 times a year so that they will not have exclusive possession during the lease term, is it possible to grant a 'lease' to the sports club for the pitch to be used by them on specified days during the year? If not, are there any alternatives that may cover these circumstances?

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Published on LexisPSL on 19/07/2016

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  • If a sports club wishes to use a football pitch infrequently, ie 20 times a year so that they will not have exclusive possession during the lease term, is it possible to grant a 'lease' to the sports club for the pitch to be used by them on specified days during the year? If not, are there any alternatives that may cover these circumstances?

If a sports club wishes to use a football pitch infrequently, ie 20 times a year so that they will not have exclusive possession during the lease term, is it possible to grant a 'lease' to the sports club for the pitch to be used by them on specified days during the year? If not, are there any alternatives that may cover these circumstances?

The case of Street v Mountford, established that a lease, rather than a licence will exist:

  1. where an

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