We are proud to act for a wide range of rural clients, including farming businesses and partnerships, rural family estates and food production companies serving both their commercial, family and personal matters.
We appreciate and understand the importance of keeping up-to-date with the rapidly changing agricultural law and the regulations which affect rural businesses. The comprehensive range of specialist legal services we offer to clients in the rural and agricultural sector is therefore essential to guide our clients through all aspects of their business and personal lives.
As EC developments affect farming and rural businesses more and more, so access to clear and concise advice, with an understanding of the practical implications of such advice, becomes increasingly important. We offer a one-stop high-quality agribusiness law service.
We advise on all aspects of farming law and estate management including:
We also offer a full range of agricultural legal services and advice tailored to rural businesses and enterprises, including:
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The UK’s new government has announced that as of April 2016 it will no longer provide Renewables Obligation subsidies for new onshore wind energy projects. […]read more >
Large businesses that are used to negotiating contracts on a day-to-day basis will no doubt be familiar with the legal pitfalls involved. They may have […]read more >
Just because a company has or is about to enter an insolvency process does not necessarily mean that all is lost. I have been involved […]read more >