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Agricultural law blog

Livery Agreements – Equine Law Information - 16 September 2011

Legal claims against livery yard owners or irresponsible parties are on the increase. Whether for DIY livery, part livery, full …

Loaning Horses – Equine Law Information - 30 August 2011

Loaning horses can seem an attractive option to both parties.  There are many reasons why horse owners choose to loan …

Buying and Selling Horses – Equine Law Information - 26 August 2011

What are your legal rights? Legal rights involving horses depend on whether you bought the horse from a private seller …

Equine Law Services - 16 August 2011

Clarke Willmott now offers an all encompassing equine legal service for horse riders, horse owners, equestrian businesses and anyone with …

Buyer allowed to rescind contract where seller made innocent misrepresentations - 16 August 2011

The Court of Appeal has held that a buyer was entitled to rescind a contract to purchase a site that …

Pre-nups – farmers get future spouses to sign - 19 July 2011

They were once the preserve of the rich and famous, but now some Taunton area farmers are demanding their future …

Hiding farm developments from the planners? - 6 July 2011

Two interesting cases came to light last year regarding planning law and agricultural buildings:- Welwyn Hatfield Council v. Secretary of State for Communities …

Agricultural use vs equestrian use under planning law - 6 July 2011

Understanding the difference Local Authority enforcement action against unlawful equestrian use of agricultural land is a threat that should not …