Company directors, people with significant control of a company, or anyone who files on behalf of a company, must ensure they comply with new transparency rules from March 2024. Greater scrutiny of information lies at the heart of the new legislation, which is designed to plug potential loopholes that may have been exploited for the
Farnfields have specialists who can assist you in buying and selling equine properties and facilities such as stables, liveries or paddocks. We can help you from a landowner, tenant or business perspective.
When dealing with such matters; it is important to consider a number of key issues including complexities relating to:
- Rights of way and other rights
- Planning and change of use
- Environmental schemes
- Sporting rights
- Access matters
We work regularly with agents, accountants, tax advisors and other professionals to ensure any transaction is structured according to your needs. We also have external professional connections who can help you on a variety of associated equine-related property matters (such as planning, insurance, surveyors, valuation and disputes).
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