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What if I’m only leasing a structure, such as a barn, but not the land?

A lease can be drawn up for a barn or other structure. The basic lease framework applies (i.e. list the parties; what is being leased, including the condition; the term; and the rent). The lease should state who is responsible for utilities, maintenance and repairs, and rights of access (for example, via a road that is not part of the lease) for that structure.

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