RURAL Law

Rural business and related activites are a feature of the Eastern Bay of Plenty.  We have been well established in the Eastern Bay for more than 20 years and our broad experience and expertise includes all areas of law relevant to the rural sector.

Robinson Law  offers the full range of rural law services, including the following:

Rural business and related activities are a feature of the Eastern Bay of Plenty.  We have been well established in the Eastern Bay for more than 20 years and our broad experience and expertise includes all areas of law relevant to the rural sector.

With a practical grasp of the realities of general and rural business, with our legal experience and knowledge we can guide and assist you in planning, structuring and implementing steps to avoid and minimise issues so you can achieve your goals.

We have the capacity to provide good legal advice and representation in a friendly and practical way - keeping you informed and up to date.

Our area of expertise includes:

  • sales and purchases of farms, business and other property
  • rural leases
  • subdivisions
  • Maori Land, ahu whenua and whanau trusts
  • rural banking and financing/refinancing, guarantees, loans and mortgages
  • ownership structures and asset protection - including companines and trusts and partnerships
  • joint ventures
  • grazing agreements
  • sharemilking agreements
  • forestry rights
  • estate planning and farm/business succession
  • local government compliance
  • resource management
  • construction and building
  • commercial contracts
  • company law and trust law
  • relationship property and family law

Call us for your 15 minute free chat - we can provide this in person or via the telephone at a mutally convenient time.

Robinson Law are proud sponsors of New Zealand Dairy.

We recognise the passion and commitment made by people involved in the rural sector in the Eastern Bay.  Our appreciation for excellence in the industry is reflected in our onging support of the region's Dairy Industry Awards.

When issues do arise we have the capacity to advise and represent you on an appropriate course of action.  Where there is a dispute we can deal with that - whether that involves representing you in court, direct negotiation or an aleternative dispute resolution process.

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