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The drafting of leases and agreements does not always receive the attention it deserves. Landlords may draw up their own documents or use off-the-shelf standard agreements. However, this does not take into account the unique nature of each scenario. 

Whether you're a landlord or a tenant, your lease determines the rights you have regarding the property. The law in this area continues to evolve, and keeping pace with the fine points of changing regulations is a job for a specialist legal team – like Aaron & Partners. 

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Rent with confidence 

Whether letting spare outbuildings or leasing land on a long term basis, well-drafted leases and agreements give all parties the confidence they need to move forward with the transaction. 

Typical situations requiring legal documentation include: 

  • Breaches of covenant 
  • Licences to assign, underlet and for alterations 
  • New leases, extensions, deeds of variations and surrenders 
  • Notices and forfeiture 
  • Recovery of rent arrears and possession proceedings. 

Here at Aaron & Partners, we specialise in leases and agreements involving agricultural land and property. We have considerable experience in such matters and represent many agricultural clients. 

Profit from our expertise 

With our specialist leases and agreement lawyers to turn to, you can benefit from help and advice on how to make the most of your rural land and properties. We understand that farmland and rural buildings involve legal issues unlike those of urban rental agreements, and we have the specialist know-how to ensure that nothing is left to chance. 

Our in-depth experience and expert legal knowledge means you can be certain of a lasting agreement that is commercially viable and legally sound. 

Key Contact

Joseph Fletcher Hunt

Joseph Fletcher-Hunt

Real Estate Partner

Joseph acts for clients on a wide range of real estate and property matters, including sales and purchases of land and buildings, mortgages and refinancing (working for both banks and borrowers), easements and property rights and the granting, renewal and variation of leases and tenancies.

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