O’Flynn Exhams have been advising the agricultural community since the firm’s inception.

In that time we have come to understand that farming is, primarily, a business. As with all businesses so it follows with an agricultural business it is essential to be able to adapt to the many legislative changes impact on the farm as a business.

When making any commercial decisions the implications these may have on your agricultural business as a whole to include tax implications, compliance with EU Schemes and Regulations and the Department of Agriculture will need to be considered.

We represent a wide variety of agricultural businesses from the small holdings to large commercial farming ventures, co-operatives, purchasing groups and other food supplying concerns.

We advise on:

  • Property transfers and succession planning
  • Agricultural leases
  • Farm partnerships and related agreements
  • Milk production partnerships
  • Distribution agreements
  • Employment matters
  • Director’s duties
  • Environmental issues
  • Intellectual Property
  • Rights of way
  • Adverse possession (squatters rights)
  • Farm finance and mortgages
  • Conacre
  • Plant and machinery agreements
  • Boundary rectifications / disputes
  • Disputes
  • Environmental issues
  • Intellectual Property
  • Family settlements
  • Forestry
  • Agricultural purchasing groups