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Agricultural land beside water – riparian rights

The ownership of land next to water is a specialist issue. The majority of this land is agricultural and many different rules apply. 
10 October 2016

Service of notices under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986

The limited circumstances in which Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 tenancies can be terminated means notices need to be right first time. Will you avoid the most common pitfalls?
19 September 2016

Parking disputes: clear signs could help stop others from parking on your land

Putting signs up can help you to show that you object to someone else using your land and stop them acquiring prescriptive rights over your land.
09 September 2016

Beware of 'informal' arrangements allowing use of farm buildings by third parties

Agricultural occupiers can create problems by allowing non-agricultural use of their premises.
05 September 2016

Avoiding fraudsters in property transactions

The scale and sophistication of fraud committed via the internet is growing. Property transactions are very attractive due to the large sums of money which can be syphoned off through one alteration.
25 July 2016

The 25 Year Food and Farming Plan: still waiting...

The publication date of the government's 25 year plan for the British food and farming industry is likely be extended further following the EU referendum result so further patience is required.
25 July 2016

The effect of SDLT changes on rural property

The Budget on 16 March 2016 affected the rural property market in two ways: 1. “Slice” system for mixed used transactions and 2. Additional residential property surcharge.
25 July 2016

Buying a rural estate in Scotland

According to 2015 results published in Strutt & Parker's Scottish Estates Market Review, estate sales were up 171 per cent on 2014; a market in which Burges Salmon has been increasingly active
25 July 2016

Court rules on agreements to maintain farming entitlements

A court has recently ruled on whether agreements designed to maintain a farmer’s right to CAP entitlements fell foul of artificiality rules. 
25 July 2016

Innovative Farmers

Dr Tom MacMillan of the Soil Association tells us about the Innovative Farmers initiative; a new development in the sector.
25 July 2016

Employment law round up

Key employment law developments affecting food and farming.
25 July 2016

Just keep rolling on

Uncertainty is a major cause of agricultural disputes. One classic case is tenancy arrangements just left to roll on.  
15 July 2016
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