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Aaron & Partners LLP advises owners and tenant farmers on all aspects of disposals, acquisitions and agricultural tenancy issues. David Harries and Simon Ellis are recommended.

Brabners LLP’s practice ‘understands the needs of rural and agricultural clients’ and stands out for its ‘excellent attention to detail’. The ‘extremely thorough and knowledgeable’ Charles Hansford and associate Helen Ryan are ‘really impressive’.

Hibberts LLP recently acted in a number of significant dairy/mixed farm sales and purchases with vacant possession and sitting tenants. Edward Nutting heads the department, which includes the ‘very experiencedDavid Young.

Myerson Solicitors LLP provides a ‘high level of knowledge and expertise’ and acts for farming partnerships, families and individuals on a wide range of agricultural property issues. Chris Porter ‘listens to his clients’ needs and comes up with practical and timely solutions’.

Napthens LLP has ‘one of the strongest agricultural teams in the region’. Andrew Holden is ‘extremely knowledgeable’.

Anthony Collinson heads the team at JWK Solicitors, which advises on a broad range of issues affecting farmers, estate owners, landlords, tenants, rural communities and businesses.

Slater and Gordon’s ‘experienced team has good technical knowledge that provides timely answers’. The ‘efficient’ Paul Makinson and the ‘extremely thorough’ Huw Davies are recommended.

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