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This revised and expanded new edition contains a mass of legal and practical information within a compact, user-friendly format to provide a concise introduction to law relating to agricultural tenancies.
Fully updated to cover all legal developments, the text is supported by an array of procedural checklists and deals with the problems most commonly encountered in practice. The precedents section has been expanded to include more notices and also succession application forms accompanied by practical notes on each of them. This book will prove to be an invaluable guide for the busy practitioner.
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LAW AND PRACTICE FOR ALL THOSE NEW TO AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES
An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister”
If you know very little about agricultural tenancies, then this is the book for you. Wildy, Simmonds and Hill always produce highly relevant, practical titles for practitioners and this work fits the bill nicely for anyone involved in this area of law.
The author, Nigel Davis, offers us an array of procedural checklists, dealing with the most significant problems which you may encounter in this most fascinating aspect of the law of real property. Nigel has succeeded Angela Sydenham as the author for the third edition.
Davis also brings to us his knowledge as a specialist in agricultural law over the last forty years. He is an accredited mediator with experience in the areas of landlord and tenant, arbitrations and tribunals, partnerships and the dreaded CAP reforms. Davis has expanded the third edition to offer the novice a concise introduction to the law of agricultural tenancies expanding on the details included in earlier editions by Angela.
As with all these specialist practitioner titles from this publisher, the advice and detailed knowledge presented in such a readable style makes this book an important acquisition for any law firm specialising in farming matters for landlords and tenants. We found the explanations and checklists on form filling particularly helpful together with all the references to the two main pieces of legislation: The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995.
The book has two parts. The first deals with the legal background, and the second covers drafting including notices, precedents with probably the best advice and guidance you will find on the subject. It is a book all those involved in agriculture will find worth referring to. Thank you, Wildy.
The date of publication is 3rd March 2018.