Newly qualified duo complete training contracts
Two up and coming solicitors are celebrating after completing their training contracts. ...
Hannah is a Senior Associate Solicitor in mfg’s Agricultural and Rural Affairs Division based at the firm’s Worcester office. She completed her law degree at the University of Birmingham and completed her post-graduate legal training with a specialist agricultural firm. After qualifying in 2013, Hannah joined mfg in 2016 and is a member of the Agricultural Law Association. She deals with a variety of agricultural property matters including the following:
Hannah has a particular interest in public footpath and town village green matters. She has acted on behalf of landowners to delete and divert public footpaths and to object to applications for public rights of way over their land. She has also acted on behalf of a landowner to successfully defend an application for a town village green over his land. Hannah particularly enjoys advising landowners on the best ways to protect their land from unwanted claims for public rights of way and/or town village greens.
"A very satisfying result made possible by your timely advice with regard to information required to satisfy the land registry. So a big thank you from us to you and your team at mfg who have worked hard at bring this to a successful conclusion."
"I’ll always be grateful for your good work with the DMMO challenge, very many thanks again."
"A big thank you for sorting ot our land issue. It was complex but you unscrambled it and we got the best possible outcome. Again, thank you."
"Excellent service in a very difficult climate. Hannah was clear, helpful and very friendly. Thank you."
"Very pleased with your service all round. Thank you."
"We used mfg on recommendation and were very happy with the service we received."
"The ability to negotiate with particularly difficult rural agencies to achieve a satisfactory outcome with careful consideration of the client’s objectives. Hannah Taylor has proved to be especially adept at this‘."
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