Share Crop Agreement

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Other – The lease may contain a clause that would terminate the lease in the event of specific natural disasters. For example, if the land was flooded and the tenant was unable to use the property, it would be unfair to insist that the tenant continue to pay the rent in cash, unless the rent originally calculated took into account the risk of flooding. Other unforeseen circumstances are the installation of a highway, gas line, light sites, etc., on the leased land, which leads to inconvenience and additional operating costs for the tenant. In some cases, instead of terminating the lease, it may be considered desirable to renegotiate the terms of the lease or to compensate the tenant for any additional costs or reduced income that may be incurred by them. Editor`s Note: In a few weeks, watch out for Danehower`s third article in this series, which is going to take a look at flexible leasing or what is a combination of cash leases and Crop-Share. The compatibility between the lessor and the tenant and the fairness of the lease are important aspects to respect. Duration of the rental agreement – Indicates when it starts and how long it lasts. While this is not a prerequisite for a lease, this section should also consider the renewal of the lease if the parties wish to maintain the lease for a period of years, including when and how such an extension will take place. Crop Share Baux allow owners and tenants to share the risks and returns of crop production. It also allows certain landlords to retain their agricultural status for tax purposes.

Landlords and tenants should review the harvest share agreement annually to ensure that the agreement is still appropriate for the circumstances of the current year. Under the Statute of Women of Ontario, all documents motivating an interest in the land must be in writing. A written lease is beneficial for both the landlord and the tenant, as it both contain a statement of what they have agreed to. This is especially important for crop share leases where landlords and tenants share the costs. A written lease: similarly, the farmer pays for his share of crop insurance and inputs that increase yields. In addition, tenants pay for the maintenance of irrigation equipment, work, exploitation in the field, harvesting and transporting the harvest to a given location (tank, elevator or sales barn).

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