The rules and obligations faced by farmers are very complex and diverse. They have to deal with European, national and even regional laws and regulations. Not only farmers have to deal with these laws and regulations, but also those active within this sector as well as the government. Agricultural law includes private law aspects, such as leases and business successions, next to public elements such as spatial planning, land management and production quotas.
Agricultural law has much in common with other legal areas such as - for example - administrative law, corporate law,real estate and private and family law. Since we are a full-service firm, we possess knowledge of all legal areas. If your case covers multiple legal areas, we bring knowledge from different areas together. Due to the combination of advocacy andnotaryship we are also available to you if you need a notarial deed.