Agriculture Business Law

North Wales and Chester

Farm and land acquisitions and sales:-

We deal with sales and or purchases that have been agreed privately between parties or negotiated through a Land agent by private treaty, tender or auction. Transactions can range from a small strip of land to a complete farm sale or purchase. Sometimes farms are split by way of Deed of Partition. Land may also have the potential for development and you may want to make provisions for the future. With all land transactions consideration needs to given to any grants or schemes. Each transaction will be different and we have built a solid reputation for providing proactive and informed legal advice. We always aim to deliver a quick and flexible service depending upon your needs and requirements.

Agricultural tenancies, grazing agreements and licences:-

We offer advice, guidance and legal solutions on a range of farm business issues including Farm Business Tenancies, Agricultural Holding Act tenancies (to include succession on death and retirement), grazing agreements and licences. It is essential that agreements are in writing and reflect your business needs. It is important to review matters especially when looking at succession planning and the consequences on death relating to Inheritance tax. If you are asked to sign something always obtain legal advice prior to signing.


Whether agreement has been reached relating to rights of way or the installation or use of services it is important that matters are recorded in a Deed. We advise on a variety of Deeds relating to service installations on your land for electricity, gas, water, telecommunications and renewable energy projects. We can also advise as whether rights have been acquired by long usage.

Get in touch with Allington Hughes

About our Agricultural Business Law Services

Contact Allington Hughes today to ensure that your matter is dealt with in an efficient and professional manner by fully qualified and experienced legal representatives.

Please feel free to call or email any of our offices for queries or questions you may have surrounding a case, we will endeavour to offer you straight forward jargon free advice before you decide on the course of action you would like to take.

Please note that e-mails are a non-secure method of communicating and we cannot guarantee that your e-mail will be received by us. We do have a filtering system in place, and would always recommend that if your e-mail is urgent, that you follow it up by telephone.

Wrexham 01978 291000 | Chester 01244 312166 | Llanrwst 01492 641222

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