Sporting leases have been a feature of Scottish land tenure for many years. It is common for landowners of agricultural land either to retain the sporting rights over their property, or to lease them to a third party. To help to promote and facilitate good practice between landowners and farm tenants, Scotland’s Tenant Farming Commissioner is producing a series of Codes of Practice under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016.  

We explore the latest – Code of Practice - Management of Relationships between Agricultural Tenants and the Holder of Sporting Rights – in the briefing below.  

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