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Farm Tenancies by William Barr and James Hordern of Mills and Reeve.

Accountants are often the first professional point of call when a client has a problem. Occasionally they'll require the services of another professional to solve it. David Missen, Consultant, Larking Gowen sheds light on Farm Tenancies by William Barr and James Hordern of Mills and Reeve.

It is a well-known fact that the accountant tends to be the first professional point of call when a client has a problem of some sort. Normally issues relating to tax, accountancy, bookkeeping or general financial matters can be resolved without involving other professionals, but there are also areas where a sound awareness of one’s own limitations means that the best advice will be to consult a specialist at the earliest possible opportunity.

Agricultural tenancies are one of those areas. Whilst many agricultural accountants will have a working knowledge of some aspects, reading the latest edition of this book will make one very aware that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.