Agricultural Law2019-05-29T15:43:19+01:00

Agricultural Law

We are leading practitioners in the area of Agricultural Property Law.  We regularly advise Landlords, Tenants and Owner Occupiers priding ourselves in being able to look at a problem from all angles, thereby providing advice which is both informed and practical.

We are familiar with most aspects of the law affecting Agricultural and Rural Properties as enshrined in the Agriculture Act 1947, the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986, the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995, the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Arbitration Act 1996, statutory instruments, EEC directives, common law procedures and case law precedents.

Areas of work frequently encountered include:

  • Drafting tenancy agreements
  • Tenant right
  • Improvements and fixtures
  • Rent Reviews
  • Notices to remedy/do work
  • Notices to quit and counter-notices
  • Certificates of Bad Husbandry
  • Succession on death or retirement
  • Assignment and sub-letting
  • Repairs
  • Termination of tenancies
  • Compensation on quitting
  • Dilapidations
  • Entitlements, Quotas etc
  • Arbitration and Agricultural Law Tribunals