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Agriculture and Rural
Farmers, landowners and rural businesses are faced with ever evolving opportunities and challenges as a result of the swift pace of change within the sector. Our team of specialist lawyers have a detailed understanding of the issues relevant to country landowners and farmers and will work in partnership with you in order to provide effective solutions that meet your needs.
Our strong reputation in this area has been built over 100 years, during which we have been advising farmers, land owners and rural businesses. We have also been associated with the NFU in Kent for more than 70 years putting us in the best position to partner you in managing your business and in supporting you to look after your family.
How we can help
Whatever your circumstances, we work closely with you and other professionals such as surveyors, land agents and accountants, to formulate strategies that you can implement in the sure knowledge that they will address your immediate concerns as well as secure your future.
Whatever your needs, our team of experts can find a workable and cost effective solution for your particular situation.
Our expertise for Agriculture and Rural businesses
- Banking in rural business
- Commercial law in rural business
- Corporate law in rural business
- Employment law in rural business
- Family law in the rural community
- Health and safety in rural business
- Planning and environmental law in rural business
- Rural estate planning
- Rural property and buildings
- Solving disputes in rural business
- The Team
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