In the 1312 this agreement is made between Lord Thomas, abbot of Scone, and the convent of the same place on the one hand, and Edmund of Hay of Leys and William his son on the other, viz.: that the abbot and convent granted and leased at ferme all their land of Balgarvie (PER), with all its pertinents and correct bounds, [and] with each husbandman accustomed to hold that land at ferme, to Edmund and William, his son, and the legitimate heirs of William, until the completion of thirty years. In the first year, they are to annually render to the canons two marks of good and legal sterling, viz. half at the feast of Pentecost and the other half at the feast of St Martin in winter. [They are to render] two marks at the aforesaid time in the second year, three marks in the third year, four marks in the fourth year, five marks in the fifth year, and six marks in the sixth year with additional stipulations for the years which follow. Edmund, William and his heirs are to provide suit at the abbot’s court three times during the year at the three head pleas. Their husbandmen are to provide suit at all the pleas to be held within the barony of Scone. Additionally, Edmund, William and his heirs will come to the mill of the abbot and convent of Kyncarroqu’ (PER) with all grain grown in the land of Balgarvie, and for everything they will give four vas for multure, saving the right of the service of the mill. The men of the husbandmen and their cottars will present sixteen vas of all the grain grown in the land of Balgarvi just as the other husbandmen and neyfs of the abbot and convent will provide. Additionally, Edmund, William and his heirs will provide the forinsec service of the lord king as much as pertains to the said land. And they will sustain all the other burdens of the land until the end of their time. Additionally, Edmund, William and his heirs, and also their men residing in the land of Balgarvie, will acquire fuel from the commons for their own use, but they will not sell, give or alienate it in any way, unless [it comes] from their arable land. The canons reserve the common pasture of the land for their animals, [and] the moors for fuel, should they need to acquire it. Other stipulations are made about court rights, etc.