What is a Sporting Rights Licence for?
This agreement is designed for use by the owner of land who wishes to grant sporting rights over it for one or more guns.
The rights are granted by way of an exclusive licence giving permission for entry onto the land for the purposes of the sport. It is really designed for use for a single shooting season, but it could be modified to apply to a shorter period.
The agreement also permits others authorised by the Licensee to shoot provided that they are accompanied by the Licensee. There are also provisions for a gamekeeper to be appointed.
What detailed terms does it contain?
In twelve clauses over six pages it details:
- definitions and interpretation
- the grant and reservation
- the licensor’s obligations
- the licensee’s obligations
- accidents and damage
- termination of this agreement
- the licensor’s right to assign
- change of address
- no partnership
- proprietary rights
- Value Added Tax
- law & jurisdiction
The agreement is designed for use where the licensee is an individual or a syndicate, or group of individuals.
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