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Agriculture and Rural Property

General Newsletter

 

Newsletter - Edition 9

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • The end of Furlough - what now?
  • Battens Solicitors says property market still buoyant
  • FAQ - Leaving a business in your Will
  • DIY Estate Administration
  • The impact of home working on the commercial property sector
  • FAQ - Revenge evictions
  • Dog bite personal injury claims

Newsletter - Edition 8

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Battens law firm in change of ownership
  • FAQ - Neighbour disputes
  • Key things to know about IR35
  • FAQ - Separated families and holidays
  • Funeral disputes
  • Trademarks and caterpillars

Newsletter - Edition 7

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Business Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Landlord and Tenant updates 2021
  • Family Matters - How have things changed?
  • Stamp Duty holiday ending - 31 March
  • Start the year with a chain reaction
  • Patrick Mears joins Battens to head commercial offering
  • Battens Solicitors expands their Sherborne Residential Property Team

Newsletter - Edition 5 

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Family Mediation - ending the "blame game"
  • What happens to your digital assets when you die?
  • Bankruptcy: Is it really worth it? 
  • Free Personal Injury, Industrial Disease and Medical Negligence Clinics
  • Public Rights of Way 

Newsletter - Edition 4

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • My partner and I own everything jointly, do we really need to make Wills?
  • Christmas contact for separated families
  • Personal Injury, Industrial Disease and Medical Negligence Clinics
  • Tops tips for employers to ensure a joyful festive season
  • Supporting your community
  • Landlords: are you ready for 2020?

Newsletter - Edition 3

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T my Will
  • Residential Tenancies
  • Battens welcomes Immigration Adviser Lee Campbell
  • First Time Buyers - When can I get the keys to my new property
  • How to protect yourself against new Public Rights of Way
 

Newsletter - Edition 2

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Who to Choose?
  • Adverse Possesion: Paving a Path to Successful Claims
  • Battens Welcomes Conveyancing Executive Bill Osborn to its Residential Team
  • Claims for Illness Caused by Exposure to Asbestos
  • Start-up and Innovator Visas
  • Supporting your Community
  • Get in Shape for 2019
  • School Holidays - Child Arrangement Orders Following Divorce and Separation
 

Newsletter - Edition 1

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Slip or Trip Accidents - What Evidence Do I Need to Make a Claim?
  • Adultery is a Clear Ground for a Divorce - Right?
  • Supporting your Community
  • The (Japanese) Knotty Issue
  • Chaos on the Building Site. Or is it?
  • When Should you Review your Will?
  • Septic Tanks - Are you Ready?
  • Get in Shape for 2019

 

 

 

 

Newsletter - July 2018

In this issue we cover the following topics:

  • Battens New Office
  • Power to People you Trust
  • Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) Regulations
  • Divorced Women Lose out on £5billion a Year in Pension Payments
  • Do I Need a Contract with my Builder?
  • Immigration Expertise Now Available at Battens
  • Baby Boomers and Inheritance Tax Planning
Agriculture and Rural  

Agriculture and Rural Property - August 2021

In this issue we cover a range of topics including:

  • A tenancy may not just be an AST!
  • Time for a change - buying and selling property and farmland
  • Challening time ahead - has the time come to consider succession planning 
  • Protect your land against a claim of Public Rights of Way 
  • Meet the team
 

 

Agriculture and Rural Property - July 2020

In this issue we cover a range of topics including: 

  • Looking to the future
  • The importance of estate planning for farmers
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Grazing of horses 
  • Battens Charitable Trust's donation to the Dorset Wildlife Trust

Agriculture and Rural Property - July 2019

In this issue we cover a range of topics including:

  • How to protect yourslef from new Public Rights of Way
  • Brexit Immigration Blues
  • Promises, Promises: Proprietary Estoppel
  • The benefits of entering into a Pre-nuptial Agreement
 

Agriculture and Rural Property - July 2018

In this issue we cover a range of topics including:

  • Private Water Supplies - Are they Good or Bad?
  • Public Rights of Way
  • The New Electronics Communications Code
  • Septic Tanks - Are you Ready?