Practice Notes: Agricultural

Money grows on trees

Investing in forestry presents so many advantages it is little surprise private client lawyers are increasingly called to advise on the issue, says Denis

16 Mar 2010

Update: agriculture

Michael Aubrey and Simon Blackburn consider recent cases involving RPA overpayments, possession orders against travellers and the validity of notices t

09 Feb 2010

Man who hid house in barn wins planning battle

A man who admitted deceiving a council by building on green belt land in Hertfordshire a ‘barn’ containing a three-bedroom house and a gym, has won his bat

03 Feb 2010

Land of the living

Landowners are constantly looking to improve their businesses and are making the most of the opportunities available, but they are also facing difficulties

19 Jan 2010

Over half of MPs back assisted dying law for doctors

More than half of MPs have said doctors who help patients die should not be prosecuted, according to a ne

16 Dec 2009

Court can deprive woman who lied of costs

A woman who lied in court during a car insurance fraud trial cannot recover more than a third of her costs, the Court of Appeal ha

15 Dec 2009

Mark my words

Practitioners must ensure they use clear wording when drafting clauses which alter the rights of parties, says Matthe

15 Dec 2009

Joining forces

Does 'soldier discrimination' amount to indirect discrimination on the ground of sex, ask Taha Idris and Kai Graf vo

25 Nov 2009

Number of firms in ARP drops below 300

The number of law firms in the assigned risks pool fell to 286 this week, allaying fears that it would reach 500 by the end of th

24 Nov 2009

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