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Julian Alahakoon

Partner - Notary Public

Tel:01747 854244
julian.alahakoon@farnfields.com
Office:Shaftesbury

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Agriculture
Agriculture
Agricultural, rural and private property
Farm business tenancies and agricultural tenancies
Diversification and development projects
Professional services
Agricultural finance
Equine

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Employment law
Business transfers
Legal checks for business
Commercial property
Commercial landlord and tenant
Buying and selling commercial property
Agriculture
Commercial property
Buying or selling a business
Agriculture
Agricultural, rural and private property
Farm business tenancies and agricultural tenancies
Diversification and development projects
Professional services
Agricultural finance
Equine

I attended The John Lyon School, Harrow-on-the-Hill before completing a law degree at Kings College London University and a Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, London. I also hold a post-graduate Diploma in Notarial Practice from Cambridge University.

I qualified as a Solicitor in June 2007 and specialise in buying and selling Commercial Property, advising on commercial landlord and tenant matters, buying and selling businesses and land development. I joined Farnfields in July 2012.

I head up the Commercial and Agricultural department which comprises a team of experienced and specialist lawyers in company and commercial law, agricultural and equine law, commercial property contracts and litigation.

I am also one of the few Notary Publics in Dorset making me one of the most qualified lawyers locally. A Notary Public predominately deals with the authentication and execution of documents for use abroad. Notaries are appointed and regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The public demand for the services of a Notary Public continues to grow as more and more individuals look to marry abroad, accept employment opportunities abroad and buy property in other countries. Companies also regularly require the services of a Notary Public as they look to expand their business activities to other countries. The Seal and Signature of a Notary Public is recognised not only by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, various High Commissions and Embassies in England but throughout the world regardless of the legal systems adopted in various countries.

I enjoy reading autobiographies and turning my hand to DIY tasks.

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