Our highly experienced agricultural solicitors frequently assist agricultural businesses, farming families and individuals with interests in land and the wider rural economy.
By adapting our support and advice to meet the demands and requirements placed on those operating within the agriculture sector, our specialist agricultural lawyers are reknowned for their expert legal advice.
Our agricultural law offering is supported by dedicated agriculture solicitors within our Property, Corporate & Finance, Dispute Resolution, Licensing and Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts teams.
Over a century of agricultural law experience has provided us with a strong expertise and a thorough understanding of farming issues, allowing us to provide advice and services tailored specifically to our clients’ needs and objectives.
Our agricultural solicitors advise on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious agricultural and rural affairs, including landed estates and rural property, succession planning, dispute resolution and corporate requirements.
We have experience of providing advice across the whole of the agricultural sector, regularly assisting owners of substantial land portfolios as well as other agricultural clients including landed estates, tenants, trustees and farming businesses, along with produce manufacturers and charities.
We also have considerable experience in supporting several agricultural land agents with high-value and complex farming estate sales and purchases.
“Large company which covers all legal aspects under one roof with an excellent attitude and attention to detail. Second to none.”
“Paul Sabin is always supportive, concise and instructive in his dealings and specialises in farm and estate transactions.”
“The agricultural team at Flint Bishop advises agricultural clients and landowners as well as landed estates, tenants, trustees, charities and agricultural businesses with an excellent attitude and attention to detail.”
For more information and support, please contact us on 01335 301 890 or complete the form below.
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