Giving notice on Licenced Grazing Agreement.

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    Giving notice on Licenced Grazing Agreement.

    My Sister has had a field near to her house for the grazing of horses for 9 years. It is on a 3 year Licence and has been renewed twice before.
    The Licence expires in September.
    The owner of the land has employed a Chartered Surveyor and the rent (if that's the word for a licence agreement) now being asked is far higher than the what other fields are renting out for in the area and she has decided not to renew and move her horses to a cheaper field where she can get an actual tenancy.
    As it is a "Licence" and not a Tenancy am I right in that she does not need to inform her Landlord (Licence Provider ?) that she is not renewing and on the last day of August simply move her horses and go elsewhere.


    #2
    I'd have thought so.

    I take it there is no reasoning with the landlord?

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      #3
      With a surveyor involved is he looking to build houses on the land, or sell the land with planning permission?

      If so then he will be happy to see your sister move her horses elsewhere, and probably won't even be bothered about waiting until September.

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