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Wrigleys advise on all forms of farm and other partnerships, including LLP Agreements.

 Agricultural law advice includes:

  • interaction with tax planning considerations.
  • preparing and advising on Contract Farming and Share Farming Agreements.
  • preparing Joint Venture Agreements - often in the context of sporting and agricultural diversification projects.
  • advice on related aspects including agri-environmental schemes (further details can be found by following the menu opposite).
  • adapting agreements to meet tax planning requirements.

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