Rural Affairs Lawyers in Suffolk

There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to agricultural law, so it is imperative you have a legal team that can provide quick and bespoke advice when required. Our experienced Rural Affairs Lawyers in Suffolk can guide you on a variety of rural legal issues, from all farm transactions through to leasing and more.

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Tim Logan

Tim Logan

Senior Partner, Solicitor & Head of Rural Affairs

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Rural Affairs Lawyers supporting your commercial objectives

Supporting our clients in their commercial goals is how we have built our reputation as leading Rural Affairs Lawyers in Suffolk and the eastern region.

Our Rural Affairs team can provide bespoke guidance on border disputes, transactions, leasing, financial planning, and much more.

We’ve built up an extensive and longstanding contact base due to our commitment to outstanding client service for individuals looking to diversify, protect and grow their business.

Contact our Rural Affairs Lawyers now and receive tailored advice on a variety of rural and agricultural issues today.

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Areas of specialisation include:
Property
  • Buying and selling farms and farmland (including agricultural grants and subsidies)
  • First registration of unregistered titles; adverse possession claims and reconstruction of titles
  • Refinancing – mortgages and charges of land (public and private)
  • Agricultural tenancies (Farm Business Tenancies “FBT”s; Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancies “AHA”s; Assured Shorthold Tenancies of residential dwellings)
  • Grazing Licences
  • Boundary issues
  • Easements and rights affecting land (including mineral rights; sporting rights; public and private rights of way; drainage and water rights)
  • Telecoms leases
  • Renewable Energy
  • Planning and changes of use (including agricultural ties affecting property)
  • Contract and shared Farming Agreements
  • Development: including option agreements, conditional contracts and promotion agreements
  • Overage and clawback
Succession and Tax Planning
  • Wills & tax planning (including farm diversification)
  • Trusts – creation; registration and administration
  • Family Investment Companies
  • Lifetime Gifts
  • Probate & Estates
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney (including businesses)
  • Partnership and Shareholder Agreements
HR and Employment
  • Employment Contracts
  • Directors Service Agreements
  • Employment advice
  • Employment disputes
  • Written policies and standards of employment (including disciplinary and grievance procedures)
  • Health and Safety issues
  • Immigration and employment advice about migrant and seasonal workers
Disputes
  • Land Disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Tenancy Disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Wills and Probate disputes
  • Debt collection
  • Bankruptcy and Insolvency
Family
  • Divorce and separation
  • Pre and post-nuptial agreements
  • Financial settlements arising out of divorce or separation

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11th June 2024

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