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14 February 2023

Farm inheritance and proprietary estoppel

The Supreme Court’s long-awaited judgment in Guest v Guest [2022] should serve as a timely reminder against making promises one&h...

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3 February 2023

Asbestos on farms

Most farms have some asbestos somewhere. There may be simply a shed with an asbestos cement roof and some asbestos...

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3 February 2023

Asbestos – back in the news

Several businesses have been prosecuted in the last six months for asbestos issues. Whilst the pandemic interrupted regular asbestos audits...

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3 February 2023

Conservation covenants: a new legal concept

We are now familiar with the term ‘biodiversity net gain’ - the provision of compensatory habitat where it is otherwise&hel...

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2 February 2023

Environmental Land Management Scheme (ELMS) – DEFRA announces how they will pay for Environmental & Climate Goods & Services

On 26 January 2023 DEFRA gave further detail on how ELMS will work. There will be increased funding for ELMS…

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25 November 2022

Protecting your agricultural land from new public rights – Sections 31(6) and 15A Landowner Statements

It is an understandable fear of agricultural landowners that one day they may receive notice of an application to record...

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28 October 2022

Keeping your hooves on the ground?

There is always a time when your labours are shown and judged when moving livestock. There has always been that...

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30 September 2022

Horse co-ownership agreements

When it works, co-owning a horse with another like-minded person can be a fulfilling and productive investment. It can enable...

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20 September 2022

Transport – the biggest health & safety risk on farms

Agriculture has the worst rate of worker fatal injury per 100,000 of all industry sectors. In 2021/22, 25 people were…

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24 August 2022

Thinking about buying or selling a horse? A sale agreement may protect you if things go wrong

Buying a horse is an exciting prospect. However, this excitement can quickly disappear when that horse later proves unsuitable or...

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