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April 03rd 2017

We are celebrating our platinum anniversary as the firm turns 70 this month.

Robin Beckley, partner and head of our agriculture & estates department, discusses a recent case in which landowners were successful in preventing their land from being subject to prescriptive rights to use it as a car park.

We have formed a partnership with the University of Gloucestershire and have pledged our support to its law school.

Our agriculture & estates lawyer Robin Beckley discusses a recent High Court decision which acts a salutary warning to landowners of the risks of not taking steps to prevent land used “as of right”.

Those dealing with horses illegally abandoned on their land can now take swift action, explains head of agriculture and estates, Frank Smith. 

An agricultural occupancy condition is often imposed on new rural properties. They limit the use and occupation of the property to those employed in agriculture and were originally aimed at ensuring that the dwelling remains available to the wider agricultural community, explains agriculture and estates head, Frank Smith. 

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