Resolving Rural Disputes series

Resolving Rural Disputes: Boundary disputes in the rural sector
25-Jun-2021- 11AM UK
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Join us for our upcoming Resolving Rural Disputes series, providing you with an understanding of a number of different disputes that can arise in the rural sector, and how these may be dealt with and resolved.

Relinquishment of secure agricultural tenancies - potential opportunities and pitfalls, Friday 23 April 2021
Agricultural law experts Hamish Lean and Alex Lane look at the new relinquishment procedure available to secure agricultural tenants, highlighting issues for tenants, landlords, new entrants and progressing farmers.

Partnership disputes in the rural sector, Friday 14 May 2021
Partnerships in the rural sector are usually family affairs and there is nothing worse than a family fall out! In this session, Elaine and Stephanie will look at the particular issues that cross their desk when partners fall out and the various options for resolving such disputes.

Impact of recent case law in the rural sector, Friday 28 May 2021
In conjunction with Terra Firma Chambers, we are delighted to welcome Robert Sutherland and Roddy MacLeod, advocates with Terra Firma, to join us in a discussion about the impact of recent court cases in the rural sector.

Health and Safety in the rural sector, Friday 11 June 2021
Health and safety expert Kevin Clancy looks at the various duties and obligations applying in the rural sector, COVID-19 implications, and recent court decisions having an impact on the sector.

Boundary disputes in the rural sector, Friday 25 June 2021
Dispute resolution experts Elaine Brailsford and Stephanie Hepburn discuss the topic of boundary disputes in the rural sector. They will consider how boundary disputes can arise and look at mechanism for resolving disputes. They will also look at the role of the courts and Lands Tribunal, and the benefits of alternative dispute resolution.