Land Lease

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Lazyacre

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I am looking for a guide to use in preparing a land lease. I am renting pasture land from the in-laws and want to make sure all bases are covered as to who is responsible for what. The last thing needed on top of unruly cows is a group of mad in-laws.
 

Bez

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MPR has a point - but I have to admit that we have usually not had any problems that could not be resolved - mind you all my family are ag oriented and understand that things often happen that are out of our control.

Play the game / take your chances.

:lol:

Bez
 

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Mahoney Pursley Ranch":2p48fkvz said:
Rule # 1- Don't do business with relatives.
Rule # 2 - Don't do business with relatives.
Rule # 3 - See rules #1 & # 2.

Wise man MPR...makes for peaceful Sunday dinners.

Bez":2p48fkvz said:
Get liability insurance!


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denoginnizer

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I tried to rent from family not long ago and swore it would not effect family relations. They backed out right before I was going to give them the check. They said they had changed there minds and decided to plant trees in the pasture. I had allready purchased additional cattle :mad: . I would have to recommend not doing business with family if it is possible. I am sure there are cases of everything working out but I think more times than not it will end in disaster.
 

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