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It advised a farming business on refinancing/tax planning for a landed estate with a value over PS20m, and also advised on pre-nuptial agreements where the assets included substantial landed estates.
Also in the team are partner Ian Flavell, a specialist in estate and tax planning, trusts and wills for farmers, owners and trustees of landed estates, corporate and commercial specialist and partner Mark Lewis, agriculture and real estate partner Caroline Nemecek, dispute resolution partner Mike Wakeling and environmental specialist and real estate associate Victoria Longmore.
In 2013, following a successful day school on landed estates, it was decided to set up an Institute for the Study of Welsh Estates (ISWE), co-directed by myself, Nia Watkin Powell and Dr Lowri Ann Rees.
David Douglas, Head of Rural Business at Yorkshire Bank, said: "All too often, anyone running a landed estates business either has to use separate private, rural business and commercial finance services or accept compromise arrangements whereby they're well supported on certain parts of their business but less well informed in other areas.
The big houses and landed estates of Ireland; a research guide.
Clemenson, English Country Houses and Landed Estates (New York, 1982).
SOUTH Warwickshire law firm, Lodders, has boosted its agricultural property and landed estates team with the appointment of assistant solicitor, Penny Samworth.
A private client lawyer and an expert on the tax treatment of landed estates has joined Warwickshire law firm Lodders as a partner.
Few of them wrote memoirs, and their correspondence was limited, so Cardoza must infer much about their attitudes and values by judiciously squeezing data on their wealth, their endogamy, their use of primogeniture to preserve landed estates, and their exclusivity in the Societa del Whist.