The Rural Law Practice, the specialist rural law section of Thomson Hayton Winkley, has welcomed solicitor Verity Gawthorp.
Verity has joined the Rural Law Practice, uniquely placed at the heart of J36 North West Auction market, from Wrigleys LLP in Leeds. She specialises in all aspects of agricultural and rural property matters including; agricultural tenancies, sales and purchases of agricultural property, residential and commercial leases and the first registration of unregistered titles.
“I am delighted to have joined the Rural Law Practice. It is great to be working with such an experienced team dedicated to all matters relating to rural law. I have always focused on Agricultural and Rural Property law, especially first registration of unregistered titles, and being married to a farmer, I understand the complexities of the industry from both a personal and legal point of view.”
John Cooke Director of Thomson Hayton Winkley added,
“The increasing demand we have from our agricultural clients has meant that we have expanded The Rural Law Practice. It’s fantastic to welcome someone with Verity’s skills and experience to the company. We now have a highly experienced team at the Rural Law Practice who can assist clients with all aspects of rural and agricultural law, dispute resolution and litigation.”
The Rural Law Practice is based at NWA, J36 Crooklands and operates a drop in legal service on auction days.
Published 13 February 2020
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