When operating in the Agribusiness, it is important to work with lawyers who understand and have experience of this area of the law. Consult WGC lawyers for fair and realistic commercial legal assistance underpinned by local knowledge.
Banking and securities:
When dealing with banking and other areas of securities, it is essential to work with a lawyer you know and trust. Appoint a WGC lawyer to ensure that your personal banking and securities interests, including mortgages, are professionally and expertly dealt with.
If you discover that land you own is intended to be resumed, whether for works improvement, state development or another purpose, it is imperative to seek legal advice in this complicated area of law.
Rural property acquisitions and sales:
When selling land, farms or other types of property and business, the process can be significantly aided through working with an experienced lawyer with local knowledge of the agribusiness market.
Dealing with local councils:
Knowledge of the regulations to deal with, and processes to follow when working with local councils can be complex. The WGC team has many years of experience in all aspects of the law, including dealing with local councils.
Appoint a lawyer to ensure that all your property and related legal requirements are seen to in a timely and professional manner, to ensure you have peace of mind regarding the state of your assets.
The creation and negotiation of contracts can be a lengthy and complex process. Seek the relevant legal advice to guide you through this often challenging time to make sure the contract is accurate and legally binding.
The astute and careful attention to all aspects of a business, , when considering buying a company or business is called due diligence. Work with an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer to make sure you are aware of all potential risks when purchasing.
Banking and finance:
When dealing with money, it can be paramount to have reliable and trusted legal advice to arrange credit, loans and other financial matters.
Mergers and joint ventures:
If your company or business is considering a merger or joint venture partnership, consult a lawyer to aid you through all stages of the contractual, financial and other aspects to be sure that the deal is completed in an efficient and competent manner.
Seek expert legal advice to understand all the provisions of a lease before you sign the document, to avoid potentially costly and damaging legal and financial complications.
If you decide to develop your property, WGC lawyers can assist you in the application and implementation of the appropriate planning procedures, including how best to deal with local councils and other governmental bodies.
Business ideas and other creations are protected by intellectual property (IP) laws. Consult a lawyer to make sure that your work is appropriately protected against infringement and copying.
The Sustainable Planning Act 2009 and the Land Title Act 1994 are the laws that cover the planning and registration requirements regarding the subdivision of land. Understanding this area of the law can be vital to ensure the proper and correct subdivision procedures occur.
The Land Valuation Act 2010 is the legislation concerning the definition and valuing of land, including in rural areas. It is important to understand landholder’s rights in relation to the valuation of land, particularly objections and appeals against valuations.
Dispute resolution and mediation:
When settling a legal battle, there are several options to consider aside from a court hearing. Work with a specialist trained mediator to help you find an alternative solution for your legal concerns.
Our team are able to assist with all of your agribusiness enquiries and concerns: