The Law of Agriculture and Farming covers many issues including those relating to property, animal identification/transport, etc. in Ireland. It includes new legislation and gives guidance in areas close to the heart of most farmers: succession, occupier’s liability and European legislation.
Agriculture is a multi-billion euro industry in Ireland. Important new legislation was introduced in Ireland in 2014 regarding animal health and welfare and a new scheme is being introduced bringing in a system of single payments for farmers.
Covers the following: Forestry; EU Law and Farming/Agriculture; New Developments in Europe; Compulsory Purchase Orders; Occupiers Liability; Boundaries, Walls and Fences; Animal Health and Welfare (including 2013 Act); Rights of Way and Adverse Possession; Animal Identification (cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, goats, control of Dogs Acts, stray animals); Marts and the Transportation of Animals; Succession. Appendices: Occupiers Liability Act 1995; Succession Act 1965; Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009; Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Co – Habitants Act 2010; Animal Welfare Act 2013.