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Every year we produce two Law and Land publications; one for the Spring and Summer and one for Autumn and Winter that are written specifically for the agriculture sector. We aim to create a magazine that is packed full of stimulating articles and relevant legal updates that make for an interesting and relevant read to you and your agricultural business.

A typical edition includes recent case law, topical articles on what is affecting the rural community and a news roundup that covers everything from employment law to property law. One of our main features focusses on local rural businesses and the story that they have to tell, whether that is the challenges they have faced or the triumphs they have celebrated.

We also keep you up to date with key dates for events that will be coming up in the next few months to make sure that you don’t miss out.  If you have any ideas for future editions then we would love to hear your thoughts but in the meantime please feel free to take a look at our editions old and new.

Autumn/Winter 2016

In this issue: 

  • Talking Point - Developing the agricultural landscape - post Brexit
  • Profile of G H Walton & Son
  • Promises, promises - Succession planning
  • Documenting your agreements will save you time and money
  • If only Ronseal produced licence agreements

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Law & Land Autumn/Winter 2016

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Spring/Summer 2016

In this issue: 

  • Share farming: a practical solution to succession worries
  • Diversification: Profile of Les and Emlyn Evans, Squab Group
  • Introducing land to the partnership’s balance sheet
  • 9 Changing pattern of land ownership
  • Keeping the farm viable after divorce

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Law & Land Spring/Summer 2016

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Autumn/Winter 2015

In this issue: 

  • Countrywide Stewardship, an option too far?
  • Napton Water Buffalo - Profile of Roger Alsop
  • Boundary Disputes - Hedge and Ditch Rule
  • Succession Planning: It’s all the rage in Ambridge
  • Public rights of way update

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Law & Land Autumn/Winter 2015

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Spring/Summer 2015

In this issue: 

  • CAP Reform update
  • Confusion over barn conversions
  • Poor record keeping responsible for rise in cross-compliance breaches
  • Berkswell Cheese - Profile of Stephen Fletcher

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Law & Land Spring/Summer 2015

4.1 MB | Adobe PDF

Autumn/Winter 2014

In this issue: 

  • Agri-environment schemes in limbo
  • Claiming the BPS online
  • Solar power under the spotlight
  • Agricultural disputes
  • Fracking: Underground exploration and landowners’rights

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Law & Land Autumn/Winter 2014

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Spring/Summer 2014

In this issue: 

  • Farming’s future is bright
  • Top tips for a secure financial future
  • CAP Reform Update
  • Why partnership agreements and wills should be drafted in tandem
  • A case in point : why all partnership agreements need careful drafting

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Law & Land Spring/Summer 2014

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Autumn/Winter 2013

In this issue: 

  • CAP reform rumbles on
  • Focus on… Property
  • HS2 compensation - Are you affected?
  • Want to diversify? Biodiversity offsetting may be for you
  • Farming electricity: solar farms pick up the pace

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Law & Land Autumn/Winter 2013

2.6 MB | Adobe PDF

Spring/Summer 2013

In this issue: 

  • Supply chain: meat traceability
  • Are the winds of change blowing through the GM debate?
  • The rocky road to CAP reform
  • How the credit-squeeze is affecting farmers
  • Agricultural Wages Board to be abolished
  • The death knell sounds for overriding interests

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Law & Land Spring/Summer 2013

1.4 MB | Adobe PDF