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Agricultural Landlord and Tenant

With specialists in both Scottish and English landlord and tenant matters, we are perfectly placed to advise both landowners and tenant farmers on all aspects from putting in place a new tenancy and negotiating rent reviews to end of tenancy negotiations. 


Professional advice from the beginning of your tenancy negotiations can be vital. At C&D we can advise from the outset with the aim of a smooth transaction on realistic terms which protect your interests.

During the term of your tenancy we can advise on tenants improvements and negotiate rent reviews on your behalf.

As and when you decide to vacate your farm or land, we will provide a complete service with full guidance on fulfilling the obligations of your lease, serving any notices and negotiating compensation. Combined with our colleagues at C&D Auction Marts in Dumfries and Longtown, we can also provide livestock and machinery valuations as well farm sales, helping to ease the process of vacating your farm. 


For landowners seeking to let their land, C&D can provide advice on the best way to structure a lease or licence, from mowing and grazing licences to farm tenancies.

Our professional team can advise on the basic payment and other grant implications of letting your land, as well as tax and succession planning in association with other trusted professionals.

Get in touch with our team today to see how we can help

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