Please clarify meaning vernal permission
No written document drawn up by his solicitors we paid £2 a year rent till he verbally gave my farther said land a little while before he died. This land I use for growing apples and have no intension of use as a building plot.
Thank you Tom I feel that the National Trust will fight it with a large amount of money and I may waste mine, back to the original question. Will I be better off having a new licence for the land with them which may end when I die or having on a lease that may be passed on to family member. Thank again.
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