If you grow crops or use the services of crop growers, you may wish to use – or you may be asked to sign – contracts such as cultivation contracts. The same applies to purchases of machinery of fertiliser: these transactions frequently involve the use of a contract.
Agricultural contracts have undergone a process of expansion over the years, during which they’ve been bulked out with all sorts of new terms and conditions. You may therefore find it worth engaging the services of a lawyer in order to draft, or to interpret the terms of, a contract.
Thanks to their vast experience, our specialist lawyers know exactly what to bear in mind when drafting a contract and will be more than pleased to help you do so. We can also assist with any court disputes over the interpretation of a contract.