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Once a farmer, always a farmer

United Kingdom - February 13 2020 A Tribunal rules that though age and infirmity had restricted his activities, for tax purposes a farmer was still engaged in farming at the time of…

Why clarity is vital in an overage agreement

United Kingdom - November 29 2019 Overage agreements have been in the news, with a court case that highlights the need for clear, unambiguous definitions about what triggers a payment…

Louise Moore.

Agricultural ties - your questions answered

United Kingdom, USA - October 10 2019 Recently we’ve been asked a lot about Agricultural Occupancy Conditions, also known as agricultural ties, on properties - specifically what these are…

Government consultation could result in generational change in law around private renting

United Kingdom - August 5 2019 Currently landlords can serve a notice to quit on tenants living under a residential assured shorthold tenancy (AST) with only two months notice and…

Louise Moore.

BPR and CGT uplift for farmers under threat

United Kingdom - July 16 2019 Farmers and landowners have been holding their breath, concerned that this report may spell the end of Agricultural Property Relief (Apr) which…