Our Agricultural dispute resolution solicitors have a reputation for their experience and expertise in advising farmers, farming businesses, landed estates, and landowners on a wide range of contentious matters.
We know that our agricultural clients need timely and pragmatic advice when dealing with a dispute to minimise disruption to their business.
Agricultural or farming disputes can occur over a number of issues relating to agricultural tenancies, property, contracts, or shareholders.
Examples of possible disputes include:
- Shareholder disputes – concerns over who will inherit the farming business or land
- Property related disputes – concerning rights of way or boundaries
- Nuisance claims – complaints about noise or smells
- Defective product claims – seeds failing to germinate
- Contract disputes – dispute over milk contracts
We will guide you throughout the dispute process, providing advice from the beginning and helping you to understand the options available to you, the cost of dealing with the dispute and the likely outcome. We will consider the best route for your individual situation which may involve negotiation or mediation, or if this proves ineffective, we will look to the judicial process.
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