To agree on interests of all parties
Agribusiness is usually a set of legal entities, each of which manages land plots with a number of lease agreements. Such agreements could be signed by one legal entity in several different regions.
Before the sale, the legal entity can be divided into parts, but this does not remove all risks. Another option is to create a new legal entity for each region and re-sign agreements with landowners, but it takes time and incurs additional costs. In the process, part of the land bank could be lost as some of the landlords will refuse to re-sign contracts.