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The majority of grazing and mowing licences, agistment agreements and profits a prendre in the past were agreed via a gentleman’s handshake.
In today’s climate however, this can leave the landowner or licensee open to a number of risks with subsidy payments being subject to cross compliance and rules now preventing different persons claiming different payments in relation to one parcel of land.
It is vital that there is a clear and open dialogue between the landowner and licensee and no misunderstanding as to each persons’ legal position in relation to the land. We therefore advise everyone who enters into or provides a short term licence for use of land to have that arrangement put in writing. A simple and short written document can sometimes prevent a lengthy and costly dispute.
- Richard Howells
- Director & Head of Lifetime Planning Disputes
- Rory Hutchings
- Director & Head of Rural Practice
- Myria Griffiths
- Associate Solicitor - Commercial Property
- Alice Dearden Cobbett
- Associate Solicitor - Rural Practice
- Malcolm Thomas MBE A.R.Ag.S.
- Rural Client Manager - Rural Practice
- 07837 109 599
- Michelle Garey
- Legal Secretary - Rural Practice
- Rhianydd Llewellyn
- Trainee Solicitor - Rural Practice
Malcolm Thomas MBE