Agreement for access to neighbouring land—contractual or statutory

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  • Agreement for access to neighbouring land—contractual or statutory
  • 1 Definitions
  • 2 Interpretation
  • 3 Recitals
  • 4 Grant
  • 5 Grantor’s obligations
  • 6 Grantee’s obligations
  • 7 VAT
  • 8 Termination
  • 9 Limitation of grant and Grantor’s liability
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Agreement for access to neighbouring land—contractual or statutory

Date [date]

Parties

  1. 1

    [full name of Grantor] [of OR incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at OR [address] ( Grantor)

  1. 2

    [full name of Grantee] of OR incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at] [address] (Grantee)

    1. 1

      Definitions

      In this Deed the following definitions apply:

      Access Area

      1. the part of the grounds of the Grantor’s Land shown [edged OR coloured OR hatched] [colour] on the Plan [measuring [measurement] by [measurement]];

      Bank

      1. [name of bank] of [address];

      Deposit

      1. the sum of £[amount];

      Grantee’s Land

      1. the land [known as [description]] [comprised in title number [title number]] shown [for the purposes of identification only] [edged OR coloured OR hatched] [colour] on the Plan;

      [Grantor’s Land

      1. the land [known as [description]] [comprised in title number [title number]] shown [for the purposes of identification only] [edged OR coloured OR hatched] [colour] on the Plan;]

      Legislation

      1. all legislation in force in the United Kingdom at any time during the Term, including:

        1. (a)

          Acts of Parliament;

        2. (b)

          orders, regulations, consents, licences, notices and bye laws made or granted:

          1. (i)

            under any Act of Parliament;

          2. (ii)

            by a local authority or by a court of competent jurisdiction

        3. (c)

          any approved codes of practice issued by a statutory body;

      [Plan

      1. the plan annexed to this Deed;]

      Schedule of

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