Licence to Occupy | New Zealand
License office, storage, or meeting space in a shared facility to a business or organisation with this New Zealand Licence to Occupy template.
- The relationship between the parties is that of licensor and licensee, rather than landlord and tenant.
- The licensee has no right of renewal. When the current term expires, if the parties wish to continue the occupancy, a new Licence to Occupy must be signed.
- The licensee is responsible for paying outgoings for the premises including water, gas, telephone, electricity, rubbish collection, and the like.
- The licensee is also responsible for obtaining and maintaining adequate insurance, including public liability nsurance.
- The licensor is responsible for maintaining the building, grounds, carparks, etc. and for maintaining service contracts for the lifts, air conditioning and other services supplied by the licensor.
- The licensor is also responsible for maintaining adequate property insurance for loss, damage, destruction, public liability and loss of rent.
- If the space is being occupied for regular functions, such as monthly meetings, the licensee must provide contact information for a person responsible for organising such functions.
- The Licence includes sample Rules of Internal Management for organisations, clubs, charities, sports teams and the like. There are also provisions covering sponsorship, generally intended for sports teams.
- This legal contract template is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your specific needs.
- Intended for use only in New Zealand.
Last Updated: 02-August-2021