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Farms and Estates: A Conveyancing Handbook 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780853089841
ISBN: 0853089841
Previous Edition ISBN: 0853085528
Published: March 2006
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £80.00



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Farms and Estates: A Conveyancing Handbook is the only textbook dedicated to this subject. Written by one of the leading agricultural lawyers in the UK, it guides you through the complexities of advising on the sale and purchase of rural land – a process that frequently raises technical problems which differ greatly from standard conveyancing transactions such as dealing with unregistered land, livestock quotas, tenancy problems and the transfer of employees and contracts for plant and machinery.

This new edition takes account of recent major legislative developments including the Common Agricultural Policy which came into effect in May 2005:-

  • the Land Registration Act 2002,
  • Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
  • Also included are Stamp Duty Land Tax and the Hunting Act 2004.

The book provides a practical explanation of the subject, highlighting what the professional adviser must look for and how a deal should be structured to avoid tax and other problems. It also includes 18 specialist precedents.

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Subjects:
Conveyancing, Agricultural Law
Contents:
Part 1: Narrative;
Introduction
The Transaction
The Sale
The Principals
Local Variations
The Professional Team
The Land
The Title
Roads and Ways
Services
Common Land and Open Spaces
Wild Creatures, Sporting and Conservation
Trees and Timber
Mines and Quarries
Covenants
Planning
The Environment
Agricultural and Farm Business Tenancies
Residential Tenancies
Businesses amd other Leases and Licences
Grants and Payments
The Farming Business
Diversification
The Conveyancing Process
Searches and Information
Finance
Proceedings and Notice
Taxation
Part 2: Checklists
Part 3: Preliminary Enquiries
Part 4: Precedents;