Category - Rural

Ledingham Chalmers sponsors Year of Young People marquee at the Turriff Show

Posted, 01 August 2018 in News
Categories: CSR | Rural

The full-service law firm is helping to showcase seven young business owners — and their contribution to the farming community and beyond — at this year’s event.

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Back in the saddle — another successful day at Balcormo Races

Posted, 11 May 2018 by Jim Drysdale in Views
Categories: CSR | Rural

The annual Fife point-to-point marks the start of a busy show season for our rural team. Partner — and former jockey — Jim Drysdale reports.

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Bringing people into the countryside — the key to building a sustainable rural business

Posted, 10 May 2018 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Corporate | Family law | Private client | Rural

How can specialist advisors help rural businesses in an ever-more complex and competitive market? Director of rural business, Linda Tinson, explains.

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A capital idea - new opportunities for farm businesses

Posted, 13 March 2018 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Family law | Private client | Rural

What will our future agricultural, land and environmental policies look like? And how do we build a sustainable future?

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Modern Limited Duration Tenancies (MLDTs) — a new type of agricultural tenancy

Posted, 07 November 2017 by Lois Craig in Views
Categories: Private client | Rural

What will change later this month when the Modern Limited Duration Tenancy (MLDT) replaces the Limited Duration Tenancy (LDT) for all agricultural leases over 10 years?

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Controlling the controllables - building a sustainable farming sector

Posted, 18 September 2017 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Family law | Private client | Rural

Given current political and economic uncertainty, it has arguably never been more important for the rural sector to invest in a sustainable future.

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Video links in Scottish courts — fewer planes, trains and automobiles - The use of video links in court hearings is on the rise. Is this good or bad news for clients in remote communities?