Agricultural or farming disputes occurs when agricultural tenancy, property, contract or shareholder disputes arise for clients. This applies for landowning and agricultural clients which includes farmers, private individuals, charities, trustees and estate owners. Our specialist solicitors who work within the agricultural industry have expert knowledge and years of experience in dealing with farming disputes within the agricultural sector.
Examples of the kinds of farming disputes we are well equipped to deal with include:
What type of cases have we handled? Some examples include:
We provide expert guidance for farming disputes from the very beginning to help you understand the options open to you, the cost of dealing with the dispute, and what the final result could be. This allows you to choose how to best use your time and money in relation to the dispute.
This may not mean going to a trial as a majority of agricultural disputes never get that far. We look at the best route for you when it comes to farming disputes which may involve negotiation, settlement meetings or commercial mediation in order to resolve the dispute and get you the best possible result.
Our specialist agricultural solicitors here at Lanyon Bowdler are based across the firm's offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford, so are well-placed to work with clients across Shropshire, Herefordshire, Wales and beyond.
If you are involved with the NFU and the dispute relates to your farming/growing business, you will be entitled to a 12.5% discount on our normal hourly rate. We can often offer a fixed fee to deal with all or part of the dispute. If you also subscribe to the NFU Legal Assistance Scheme, a grant may be available to cover part of the costs (subject to the terms and conditions of the scheme).
If you are in need of resolving your agricultural dispute on agreeable terms, speak to our agricultural experts today. Call us today or contact us by completing our online enquiry form.
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