Practical advice and support for running sporting pursuits on your farm, rural property or estate
- With a rise in country sporting activities are increasingly in demand, there is a greater need for sound legal advice.
- The most practical, effective advice comes from solicitors who understand the countryside and participate in country sports themselves.
- Our dedicated rural services team can guide you on all legal aspects of sporting estates, including the documentation you need to run activities safely and successfully.
What is a sporting pursuit law?
A sporting pursuit legal claim is a legal action taken by an individual who has suffered an injury or harm while participating in a sporting activity. The claim seeks compensation for damages incurred as a result of the injury, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
How Moore Barlow can help
Landed estates and farms are the quintessential settings for country sporting pursuits.
We are seeing an increase in rural property transactions for lifestyle and sporting choices including fishing, hunting, polo, racing, shooting, stalking and stud. If you hold sporting activities on your land, it is extremely important that all appropriate legal documentation is in place.
Our dedicated rural services team can guide you on all legal aspects relating to sporting estates. Regularly taking part in these pursuits ourselves, we have an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the legal and practical requirements required to help ensure the sporting events that take place on your land are a success.
With our expert team working across our offices based in Southampton, Guildford, Woking, Lymington, London and Richmond, we are ideally placed to offer specialist support on sporting pursuits locally and nationally.