Lease/Tennancy Agreements For Mobile Food Trailer

by Vikki
(South Gloucestershire)


I own a local garage and have been approached by a Catering trailer to see if they can locate their trailer on a small section of our car park.

We have lots of spare parking and I am keen to do so as we know this van and know its very well established and could bring us extra trade.

The Trailer will be secured and left over night (our car park is secured and we have CCTV). Do I need to provide a commercial lease agreement or tennacy agreement??

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Mar 26, 2018
Starting up
by: Anonymous

Hi I am based in Newbury Berkshire
And I need a regular pitch
What’s best way to approach please

Aug 12, 2012
mobile catering leasing
by: Anonymous

i own a fish and chip mobile van and have been aproach by someone to lease it too them. What is the laws

Jul 24, 2012
Contract For Mobile Catering Business
by: David

Hello There,

Well I can’t say that I’m an expert on this, but I would have some sort of legal agreement in place to safeguard not only you, but the catering trailer business owner.

I would strongly suggest that you speak with a solicitor or similar to get the right advice.

You really need to consider that things may be great in the beginning, but further down the line.

You may for instance want your parking space back or have some sort of falling out, which could be time consuming and expensive to resolve, if you don’t have some sort of contract or legal agreement in place.

Best of luck,

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