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Battle Of The Forms (Video)
Farmers often have terms dictated to them by suppliers and buyers.
UK
6 Mar 2019
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A Guide To The Agricultural Holdings Act
Tenancies created under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 (‘AHA') allow agricultural holdings to be let by the land owner to a tenant.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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The Case For Terminating An AHA Tenancy
One of the reasons for the introduction of the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 ("the 1995 Act") was to counter some of the more burdensome provisions ...
UK
7 Dec 2018
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Agriculture Bill 2018: Brave New World Or...
The dust has settled a little following the publication and second reading on 10 October 2018 of the Agriculture Bill 2018 which now enters the committee stage.
UK
12 Oct 2018
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Agricultural Disputes Update September 2018
As most people know, Japanese Knotweed (JKW) is a particularly pernicious weed that can cause considerable damage to buildings and land and is notoriously difficult and expensive to eradicate ...
UK
14 Sep 2018
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Removal Of Agricultural Occupancy Conditions: The Importance Of Marketing At A Realistic Price
A recent appeal decision relating to the removal of an agricultural occupancy condition reflects the importance of ensuring that the asking price is realistic and that a proper marketing exercise...
UK
13 Aug 2018
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Domestic Agriculture Policy – A Lost Opportunity?
There is no doubt that Brexit marks a turning point for UK agriculture. It is also clear that the overriding principles guiding future UK domestic agriculture policy decisions are environmental ...
UK
18 Jul 2018
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Adventure Is Just Bad Planning*
Two large manufacturers have recently waded into the Brexit debate. Airbus and BMW have Europe wide factories and complex supply chains.
UK
17 Jul 2018
9
Agriculture Sector News
The new Farming Rules for Water came into force on 2 April. Designed to prevent diffuse water pollution under the Water Framework Directive, there are eight rules governing the management of manure...
UK
23 May 2018
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What The Loss Of A Migrant Workforce Means To The Farming Sector
It is generally accepted that one of the driving forces behind the majority vote for Brexit was the need to halt unlimited freedom of movement and its path to permanent residence for EEA nationals.
UK
22 May 2018
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How Energy Efficient Is Your Rental Portfolio?
If you have diversified your farm income by converting any of your outbuildings for commercial rent, are you aware that new minimum energy efficiency standards announced last year came into force in April 2018?
UK
22 May 2018
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How Will HS2 Affect Your Farm?
Many farmers whose land falls within the safeguarded area of HS2 may not have noticed a great deal of activity over the past 12 months and may be secretly hoping that the whole project has been quietly kicked into...
UK
22 May 2018
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Why Monetising Natural Capital Helps The Argument For Public Subsidy
How do you price a tree – and why would you? I've been wrestling with the concept of natural capital[1], and how you actually value it for a while. But what is natural capital?
UK
22 May 2018
14
Changes To Permitted Development Rights For Agricultural Buildings Announced
On Monday 5 March, Dominic Raab, the Housing Minister, announced changes to permitted development rights which will allow up to five new homes to be built ...
UK
14 Mar 2018
15
Lease Or Licence? HMRC Is Not Taking A Lenient View
It has come to our attention that HMRC is taking a very close look at grazing licences and Profit à Prendre agreements in the context of claims for APR.
UK
11 Dec 2017
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A Farmer's Guide To Joint Ventures
Regardless of the reason, JVs are bespoke agreements which reflect the circumstances of the contracting parties and clearly set out their respective rights and responsibilities.
UK
4 Dec 2017
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Tied Cottages: Who Can Succeed To The Tenancy?
We regularly receive requests for advice on how to regain possession of a tied cottage when a statutory tenancy comes to an end, particularly in cases where the history of succession is not easily accessible.
UK
30 Nov 2017
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Landowners With The Benefit Of A Covenant
With no discernible reduction in the amount of development land being sought, both farmers and developers should consider whether restrictive covenants which bind land, are truly the barrier to development...
UK
30 Nov 2017
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