Lawyer vs lawyer in farm sales

Marian Macdonald
By Marian Macdonald
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:39pm, first published January 30 2022 - 11:00pm
LAWYERING UP: Lawyers can cost or save farmers a small fortune during price negotiations.

Buyers are increasingly arming themselves with teams of lawyers to beat farmers down on the price of their properties and it pays farmers, often rather handsomely, to be prepared, says DLA Piper lead partner Andrew Fisken.

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Marian Macdonald

Marian Macdonald

National rural property writer

Writing for farmers in the Stock & Land, The Land, Queensland Country Life, Stock Journal and FarmWeekly, farming in Gippsland.

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