Agricultural Valuations: A Practical Guide by R.G. Williams
By R.G. Williams
Agricultural Valuations, now in its fourth variation is written via a working towards agricultural valuer who has been operating in estate for over 50 years. His research updates contemporary alterations to tenant correct valuations, advancements, furniture, milk quotas and dilapidations. the writer makes use of quite a few instance claims and valuations which make clear fresh pipeline and electrical energy line wayleave claims, notices to treatment breaches, including probate, source of revenue tax and obligatory buy valuations. extra chapters take care of the guiding rules of ways to properly worth farms, verify farm rents, perform arbitrations, inventories and files of . valuation clauses on revenues of farms, cattle, soils, administration agreements, valuation in courtroom lawsuits and a thesaurus of priceless info. This sensible, yet unique identify may be worthy to scholars, agricultural valuers and land brokers who're trying to be stored apprised of contemporary top practices. the writer was once offered the 'Kenneth Glenny' Prize by means of the crucial organization of Agricultural Valuers whilst the 1st variation used to be released in 1984. seeing that then the publication has been increased mentioned up to now to mirror alterations that experience happened to rural communities.The writer, a member of a North Wales farming relatives, used to be Senior accomplice of Coles Knapp and Kennedy, Ross-on-Wye. An skilled farmer himself, he retains farm animals and sheep, grows arable vegetation and in addition grows cider apples and hops in Herefordshire. He was once concerned for over 25 years in education applicants for the exam of the principal organization of Agricultural Valuers and for a few years the RICS TPC in agricultural perform. . transparent and obtainable suggestion . convenient advisor for surveyors who perform agricultural valuations (arable and cattle) . proper felony circumstances and statement
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9% Sol. ) applied to forage crop in area of 400 mm MAEWR. After two growing seasons. Claim NIL (iii) Same quantity and analysis as (ii) applied at same date to permanent pasture in area of less than 450 mm MAEWR. 3 Potash (K2O) Compensation is payable in accordance with the rates shown in Table 3 of SI 1983 No 1475. It is restricted to two growing seasons and then payable only in respect of arable crops (except forage crops), root crops (where the tops are left on the land, eg sugarbeet) and also leys, permanent grassland and forage crops, grazed or the product cut and fed on the holding.
1 44 In this text he/she are used interchangeably and refer to both male and female. 1 This chapter deals with long term improvements, eg erection of buildings, reclamation of land, making of roads, provision of sheepdipping accommodation for which the landlord’s consent or approval of the Agricultural Lands Tribunal is required. Distinction should be made between old long term improvements — those carried out before 1 March 1948 and those called new long term improvements — those carried out after 1 March 1948.
It is restricted to two growing seasons and then payable only in respect of arable crops (except forage crops), root crops (where the tops are left on the land, eg sugarbeet) and also leys, permanent grassland and forage crops, grazed or the product cut and fed on the holding. (a) Nothing is payable in respect of potash applied to potatoes, roots, forage crops and applied to leys and permanent grassland where the product (eg hay or silage) is removed from the holding. (b) The valuer should read paragraph 6(2)(c) of SI 1978 No 809 which, inter alia, states that where the holding is mainly horticultural, the value calculated should be in accordance with Item 1 of Table 3 (now SI 1983 No 1475).