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Legal Matters: farm worker - employee or self-employed?
Aisling Meehan
Agri-solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader's query regarding workers' rights for employees and self-employed people working within agricultural services
13 April 2022 Features
Legal: liability for blocking drains due to construction work
This week, agricultural solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader query regarding liability for blocking drains due to construction work on neighbouring land.
15 March 2022 Features
Legal Matters: tax and subsidy issues with solar farms
A reader has been in touch with agri solicitor Aisling Meehan regarding the development of solar farm on their land. They worry it might have tax implications for the future generations.
Legal matters: Common pitfalls with long-term land leases
Aisling Meehan, solicitor and tax consultant, explores some of the common pitfalls when it comes to long-term leases.
9 February 2022 Features
Rehashing the Rights of Way law
One of our most talked about legal queries of 2021 was pertaining to the changes in the law surrounding Rights of Way. Agri solicitor Aisling Meehan recaps what you can do to register a RoW
5 January 2022 Features
Are these legal fees excessive or reasonable?
It is hard to gauge value when you are going into a legal situation blind. A reader has reached out to agri solicitor Aisling Meehan regarding exorbitant legal charges from transferring over the family farm.
8 December 2021 Features
Legal Matters: is it worth claiming entitlements?
Agri solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader query regarding whether it’s worth applying for entitlements if payments are low
24 November 2021 Features
Legal: trouble ahead with Fair Deal changes
Agri solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a concerned reader regarding succession and the new Fair Deal Scheme laws coming into effect.
13 October 2021 Features
Legal Matters: who is responsible for an overgrown hedge?
A reader has sent agri solicitor Aisling Meehan a query regarding a neighbour’s hedge which is growing wild and interfering with the natural light reaching their property.
15 September 2021 Features
Legal: am I entitled to see a copy of a will?
Are you ever entitled to see a copy of a will after the death of a family member, friend or neighbour? Agri solicitor Aisling Meehan explains.
18 August 2021 Features
Legal Matters: what is my legal standing against the ESB?
A reader has written to our agri solicitor Aisling Meehan to ask whether or not they can do anything to stop or divert the surveillance of their land for a 38kV power line.
14 July 2021 Features
Rights of Way – part four: readers’ queries answered
Agri solicitor Aisling Meehan is back with the final instalment of her four-part series on rights of way. Here she answers readers' queries on the upcoming law change
30 June 2021 Features