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The team advised on the purchase of a large landed estate in Northamptonshire.
Donna Buchanan, Barclays relationship director for agriculture and landed estates, said the bank offers face-to-face meetings with all farming clients, no matter the size.
Mariano said the transfer of title of the landed estates acquired and financed by LBP that were turned-over to DAR shall not be imposed or charged tax of any kind.
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.
The impetus for this came not only from the popularity of the day school, but also from the realisation that the study of landed estates, apart from a few notable instances, had been woefully neglected in Wales.
The bank has set up a team of specialist partners, who will become the sole point of contact between the bank and their landed estates customers.
The big houses and landed estates of Ireland; a research guide.
SOUTH Warwickshire law firm, Lodders, has boosted its agricultural property and landed estates team with the appointment of assistant solicitor, Penny Samworth.
Clemenson, English Country Houses and Landed Estates (New York, 1982).