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Grazing agreements – understand the differences between licences and tenancies

2nd June 2017

Grazing agreements As the grazing period of May to October approaches, many landowners will be considering allowing animals to be grazed on their land. At first glance, this makes sense as otherwise unused land will now remain in use and provide a profit to the landowner. Alistair Millar However, this area of agricultural law is quite…

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Get off my land! What you need to know about rights of way on agricultural purchases

2nd June 2017

Rights of way on agricultural land Alistair Millar “Agricultural land is of no use to anybody if it cannot be accessed. Individual parcels of land can quite often sit a long way from any adopted highway and it is crucial, when buying such land, to establish the full route of any access and the rights of way,”…

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Tallents Business Review of the Year 2016

16th December 2016

2016 started well as the economy continued to strengthen following the recession. However, the year held some surprises in store for us all with the June European referendum showing that a majority of the UK population wanted to leave the European Union, and the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States in November. For us…

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Tallents Solicitors at Southwell Ploughing Match 2016

3rd October 2016

Well, the sun shone down on us and the rain held off. We had a wonderful time hosting lots of visitors at the Tallents marquee. We hope you all had as much fun as we did. See you in 2017!

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Grazing rights on common land – what farmers need to know about rights of common

10th September 2016

The failure of a Devon farming family to win back their lost grazing rights has serious repercussions for farmers across the UK who might want to register grazing rights they believe they have acquired over common land, says agricultural lawyer Alistair Millar, Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell. Rights of Common He comments: “The Littlejohns had…

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