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Equine

If legal advice on equine issues is to make sense then it needs to come from lawyers who understand you, your issues and who share your passion for horses.

For this reason, Moore Blatch have put together a team of lawyers who have a practical insight into the industry and who themselves own horses, ride and compete across varying disciplines.

We can advise you on all legal aspects of owning horses or running an equine business. This includes:

  • setting up equestrian or livery businesses;
  • health and safety issues;
  • personal injury claims;
  • property litigation;
  • equestrian business leases;
  • grazing agreements; and
  • capital tax planning.

In addition we have a dedicated and experienced team who are able to provide you with a bespoke and tailored service for the purchase or sale of your property and business which can range from a country home with an equestrian element to a racing yard or polo business.

As one of the leading specialist legal rural services teams in the south we will deliver the quality of service and expertise you would expect from a top London practice but at a rate you would expect from a quality regional firm. Our lawyers are accessible and approachable explaining legal matters in plain language. We are happy to hold meetings at your home or place of business wherever you are located.

We work closely with your existing accountants, bankers, land agents and business consultants or we can facilitate introductions to equine specialists if you have a need for accountancy or land agency advice. Our approach means we maintain excellent and trusted relationships with other equine professionals which in turn, enables us to work as a team to provide you with the best tailored advice possible.

If you would like to find out more, please contact our head of rural services Ed Whittington.

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