The following Construction guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Crane oversail licence
Permitting a tower crane to be used in relation to the Works at [insert]
This Deed is made on [date]
[insert name of adjoining owner] (company registration number [insert]) whose registered office is at [insert] ('Adjoining Owner');
[[insert name of adjoining tenant] (company registration number [insert]) whose registered office is at [insert] ('Adjoining Tenant')]
[insert name of contractor] (company registration number [insert]) whose registered office is at [insert] (‘Contractor'); and
[insert name of developer] (company registration number [insert]) whose registered office is at [insert] ('Developer').
The Developer has engaged the Contractor to carry out the Works at the Site.
The Adjoining Owner is the registered proprietor of the Adjoining Property[ and the Adjoining Tenant is tenant of the Adjoining Property under a lease granted by the Adjoining Owner].
In connection with the Works the Contractor proposes to erect, operate, maintain and dismantle the Crane on the Site.
The Adjoining Owner [and the Adjoining Tenant] has agreed, on the terms and subject to the conditions set out in this Agreement, to authorise the Contractor to erect and
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