Allotment tenancy agreement
A simple but comprehensive lease / tenancy agreement of land for an allotment. Tenant occupies for personal, not business use, so the lease is straight forward. Nonetheless, it assumes that the landlord wants full protection. Features: 1 to 7 years; guarantor option; break provision; fixed rent increases.
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About this allotment lease or tenancy
This lease is for letting an allotment to a gardener for his / her private use. It is not suitable for letting for any business use.
The lease covers all that a landlord will require, in simple terms. It provides options for a break clause and for the tenant to put up a greenhouse or frames. Option for guarantor too.
It is drawn for any term of up to 7 years, with fixed rent increases if and when required.
Land lease contents
This template is comprehensive, providing alternative choices for important decisions.
The contents include:
- rent: amount, interest on overdue rent, automatic increases
- condition and repair
- tenant's positive obligations
- restrictions on tenant: prohibited activities on the property
- indemnity by the tenant
- security deposit
- termination: default notice by landlord; provision for premature termination (a break clause)
- Schedule of rights reserved
Scottish version of this lease
The law governing commercial leases is substantially different in Scotland as compared with England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In Scotland there is no equivalent to the Landlord and Tenant Acts. There is little legislation or case law relating to leases in Scotland. So the version we have drawn for our Scottish user is common law based.
On registration of leases in Scotland, only commercial leases for longer than 20 years must be registered in the Land Register of Scotland. However, the lease is often registered in the Books of Council and Session in Edinburgh.
For the Scottish version of this lease please select "Scotland" from the list in top box.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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