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  • What is and is not sub-letting
    Redgull
    I have rented an area of grazing land for well over 25 years. Had my own horses on it up until the last 7-10 yrs but due to health problems I am having to wait until I semi-retire/retire when I have more time to take things a little more leisurely and can then hopefully have a horse again.
    I...
    20-06-2017, 21:59 PM
  • What 'rights' does a grazing tenant acquire by erecting a fence
    sunnysteve
    I bought a piece of land from a ex-property developer who now runs a livery stable. A condition of the sale was that he retained ownership of the professionally constructed riding ring which lies within the field sold ( i.e. it was excluded from the sale) and also that he retained the grazing for...
    28-03-2017, 12:53 PM
  • Reply to What 'rights' does a grazing tenant acquire by erecting a fence
    MdeB
    When I was a (primary-school) lad back in the 60s we used to see who could hold on to the electric fence the longest ...
    09-05-2017, 12:29 PM
  • Reply to What 'rights' does a grazing tenant acquire by erecting a fence
    pebblepebble
    Grazing licences are not full tenancies and only allow someone on your land rather than giving them exclusive use of your land, hence the 'eviction'. However as always happens there are ways around things (I know a bit about it because of a neighbour's experience). This is a useful article www.co...
    09-05-2017, 07:12 AM
  • Reply to What 'rights' does a grazing tenant acquire by erecting a fence
    Never what it seems
    If it was a tenancy, not a licence, his fence would surely be classed as tenants improvements and at the end of the tenancy if the landlord gave a notice to quit they would have to pay compensation for improvements. As your licence (grazing or otherwise) is due to expire he should remove his animals...
    09-05-2017, 06:34 AM
  • Reply to What 'rights' does a grazing tenant acquire by erecting a fence
    JennyWren1
    Afternoon

    What does your grazing licence say about responsibility for fencing?

    Provided you licence agreement is up to date, there are probably two possibilities
    1) You have allowed him to put up his fence. When you decide to be in occupation of the land, he has to remove...
    30-03-2017, 13:42 PM
  • Livery Yard and grazing what rights do we have as liveries
    Debrachall
    Please can someone help and advise us.... For the past 3 years I have been renting a stables on a yard with grazing there are 6 stables and 5 horses on there 1 of which belongs to the owners sister. I have never met the actual owner, her brother who is an ex councillor. 2 years ago the owners sister...
    20-02-2017, 08:56 AM
  • Reply to Livery Yard and grazing what rights do we have as liveries
    Never what it seems
    Having observed a few landowners who have sold their yards over the years it rarely turns out well for their tenants. on one yard that I know of the liveries an a saturday were told that the place was sold and they had to be off the place by sunday night. It also appears that with the owners sister...
    26-02-2017, 11:24 AM
  • Reply to Livery Yard and grazing what rights do we have as liveries
    JennyWren1
    Where I am the arrangements are usually 1) Business tenancy where a business is being run, e.g. riding school 2) Farm Business Tenancy - usually where the equestrian enterprise has grown out of a farm or includes lots of land and 3) Licence arrangement.

    The licence is the most common by...
    21-02-2017, 12:57 PM
  • Reply to Livery Yard and grazing what rights do we have as liveries
    Lawcruncher
    On re-reading the first post I think I may have misinterpreted the arrangement. I was under the impression that Debrachall was operating a livery business, but it seems that she may only have been stabling her own horses. Perhaps she can confirm the position.
    21-02-2017, 12:47 PM
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