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In our latest episode, our experts discuss jointly owned farms and other rural land and the issues that can arise from co-ownership.
Date Thursday, 16 November 2023
The Farms, Estates & Rural Land team at Foot Anstey bring you the next episode of the firm's popular podcast series which provides insights and practical advice on important issues for agriculture and rural business.
In this episode, our experts discuss jointly owned farms and other rural land and the issues that can arise from co-ownership.
Partner and Head of Farms, Estates & Rural Land, Edward Venmore is joined by Senior Associate, Georgia Day and Associate, Rose Westwood.
In this podcast episode, our experts look at how property can be split between joint owners such as multi-generational farming families or unmarried couples and how to document this in a way which hopefully avoids future disputes. Our experts also touch upon what can be done if joint property owners fall out and wish to go their separate ways but have different opinions on what should be done with the property.
Georgia Day examines who can bring forth a claim for jointly owned land and the relevant factors considered by the court, while Rose Westwood discusses her experience of these disputes in the rural sector.
Access all the previous episodes our podcast via our dedicated Experts in the Field podcast page.
We'd love to know what you thought of this podcast episode, as well as any of the other episodes in our series! We'd also really appreciate any ideas you had on future topics you'd like us to discuss. Please do reach out and we look forward to hearing from you!