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Developing Your Agricultural Land Lease: Updating the Rental Rate

Paul Goeringer

Photo by Edwin Remsberg

This post is not intended to provide legal advice

            I realize that we are roughly 5 months away from when many of you will need to give notice to terminate a lease or at least will want to make the tenant/landlord aware of your plans for 2016 (yeah I realize it’s early in 2015).  Today, I want to focus on strategies to consider including in your lease to update the rental rate annually.

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