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Agriculture dispute resolution

Our Agriculture Dispute Resolution team specialises in the niche area of contentious agricultural law, which has its own highly technical agricultural legislation and tribunal system. We give full and frank advice at the very first meeting, explaining available options, and assessing the chances of success. We are always mindful of the close relationships that can exist between parties, and focus on achieving an effective and long-lasting resolution.

From the outset, we work with our clients to generate a plan of action and keep them involved every step of the way, offering detailed and clear advice, informing them of all the available options and possible outcomes, in an effort to put those involved at ease and better able to proceed with confidence. Whatever the size of the business or the problem, we cater to each individual client’s requirements to secure the best possible result.

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Our agriculture dispute resolution specialists have a strong understanding of farming and rural matters, and bring a pragmatic and sensitive approach.

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Agriculture dispute relates to when one or more individuals have a concern that relates to agriculture.

Covering anything from land & business to access & privacy.

Agriculture dispute resolution is usually sought when multiple parties are unable to reach a mutual decision or terms regarding one or more issues and require third party intervention.

At Lodders, we are members of the Agricultural Law Association and we work closely with the Country Land and Business Association.

This allows us to keep up-to-date on new legislation and policies.

We give full and frank advice at the very first meeting, setting out the available options, and assessing the realistic chances of success. When all the other options are exhausted, sometimes litigation is the only way forward. When this happens, we are mindful of the close relationship that often exists between the parties, and focus on achieving a satisfactory outcome, which is both effective and long-lasting.

From the outset, we work with our clients to generate a plan of action and keep them informed and involved every step of the way. Whatever the size of the business or the problem, we cater to each individual client’s requirements to secure the best possible result.

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