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THE LONG BARN, FORNHAM BUSINESS COURT, FORNHAM ST MARTIN, BURY ST EDMUNDS, SUFFOLK, IP31 1SL, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01284 762331
Fax:
Fax 01284 764214
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57200 BURY ST EDMUNDS
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Web:
www.ashtonslegal.co.uk

Jeanette Dennis

Tel:
Work 01223 431116
Email:
Web:
www.ashtonslegal.co.uk/our-people/jeanette-dennis
Ashtons Legal

Work Department

Agriculture & Estates

Position

Partner

Career

Jeanette is an Agricultural lawyer specialising in farming and estate management arrangements for farmers and landed estates, and also deals with public rights of way, farm partnerships, and tenancy reorganisations.
 
Having lived and worked on the family farm in Swaffham, Norfolk, Jeanette’s experience of farming and agricultural business issues is first hand and gives her a valuable insight into her clients’ legal issues. With a keen interest in conservation, shooting and horses, Jeanette actively combines her rural interests with her professional life.

Languages

English

Member

Agricultural Law Association; the Cambridgeshire branch of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust; the Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire CLA Committee; member of the Suffolk Agricultural Association; the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association and steward at the show; and the Farmers Club.


East Anglia: Finance

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Commercial property and secured lending expert Ron Clare in Thetford leads the banking and finance team at Ashtons Legal, which is ‘a very well respected and decent firm of solicitors'. The firm acts predominantly for lenders including NatWest Bank, HSBC Bank and Svenska Handelsbanken. Clare assisted Santander with a security package for a £10m overdraft facility for a client in the retail sector. 'They are up there with the best in the area‘, says one client, while another remarks upon a ‘very diligent and thorough team with good experience and knowledge which they bring to the fore‘. Clare and associate Scott Hilton are ‘very approachable, thorough and prepared to work with clients to highlight any issues and provide options‘. Agriculture finance specialist Jeanette Dennis in Cambridge is ‘very thorough, approachable, well thought of and professional with an eye for detail‘. Corporate partner Geoff Hazlewood also plays a role in the practice.

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