Husbandry in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Gilmore v Baker-Carr
    • Court of Appeal
    • 02 July 1962

    The definition may, of course, be wide enough to include other buildings, such as a broiler house, and if it is, effect must be given to the language, But the clear impression which I receive from the statutory language is that the buildings exempted were to be ancillary or complementary to the agricultural purpose of the land, and not vice vorsa. In the, present case If one begins with the land, one finds there Is no land upon which poultry farming is carried on.

  • Williams Brothers Direct Supply Ltd v Raftery
    • Court of Appeal
    • 15 November 1957

    Applying that test to this case, I cannot see that any act which the Defendant did is capable of being treated as sufficient to dispossess the plaintiffs. The Defendant never even thought he was dispossessing the Plaintiffs; he never claimed to do more than work the soil, as he thought he was permitted to do.

  • Eastwood (W. & J. B.) Ltd v Herrod
    • House of Lords
    • 25 February 1970

    But here again there must be a limit. Everything is saleable at a price, so even storage for a time or very simple treatment is not strictly necessary. One must have regard to ordinary and reasonable practice. But there comes a stage when further operations cannot reasonably be said to be consequential on the agricultural operations of producing the crop. I agree with Lord Hunter when he said in Assessor for Midlothian v. Buccleuch Estates 1962 S.C. 453 at page 459:

    But for this concession I do not think I should have found it easy to conclude that the packing station in Gainsborough 9 miles or so away was occupied together with the agricultural land in the sense in which those words are used in the definition, and it may be that I would have had difficulty in coming to that conclusion in relation to the 5 layer houses at Norton Brisney some 6 miles away and some of the other buildings.

    In its context "occupied together with agricultural land" may connote more than common ownership. My impression on reading the definition of "agricultural buildings" is that it was an attempt by the draftsman to define a farm in statutory language and that it was intended to include buildings used and occupied together with the land for the purpose of farming the land, not buildings far distant and not used in connection with an operation on the land even though owned by the same person.

  • Commissioners of Inland Revenue v Saxone, Lilley & Skinner (Holdings) Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 16 February 1967

    If a trader stores or sells or otherwise deals with two kinds of goods, A and B, I think that it is the ordinary use of language to say that dealing with A is one part of his trade and dealing with B is another part, and I see nothing in the context here to justify giving any other interpretation to "a part of a trade" in subsection (2).

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  • Houses of Husbandry Act 1597
    • UK Non-devolved
    • January 01, 1597
    • UK Non-devolved
    • January 01, 1948
  • Revenue Act 1869
    • UK Non-devolved
    • January 01, 1869
    ......a waggon, cart, or other vehicle used solely for the. conveyance of any goods or burden in the course of. trade or husbandry, and whereon the christian name. and surname and place of abode or place of business. of the owner or the name or style and principal or. only place ......
  • Agriculture Act 1958
    • UK Non-devolved
    • January 01, 1958
    ......orders, and for the giving of directions to and the dispossession. of owners or occupiers on grounds of bad estate management or. bad husbandry, that is to say sections twelve to twenty of that. Act, shall cease to have effect, and all entries in the register of. local land charges relating ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Animal husbandry?
    • Nbr. 2008, April 2008
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • ... last out
    ..."Masculinities and Management in Agricultural Organisations Worldwide: Barbara Pini, Curtin University of Technology, Australia. Using contemporary gender theory to examine gender and rurality beyond that of simply women/femininities, this illuminati......
    • Nbr. 7-3, July 1987
    • Public Administration and Development
  • Why Is There No Socialism in the United States?
    • Nbr. 5-4, October 1984
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Many theories have been offered to explain the absence of socialism as a significant political force in the United States. Although no theory will satisfactorily explain a "non-happening," this art...
    ...... policies for the first one hundred fifty years were few in number and limited mainly to patronage of individuals and husbandry of commerce. Since the national government was small and not directly involved in coercive policies (which were reserved to the ......
  • Natural resource management in changing climate – reflections from indigenous Jharkhand
    • Nbr. 11-2, May 2014
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 117-133
    Purpose: – Addressing probable complexities of climate change on rural livelihoods, food security, and poverty reduction, requires mainstreaming of cross-sectoral interventions and adaptations into...
    ...... by State government dep artments, namely, soil and water conservation,drinking water and sanitation, agricultural department, anim al husbandry andfisheries, etc., watershed based area developmental prog rams were totally absent fromJTDP areas. Additionally, government programs that existed ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • N Is For Novel Foods
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... However, there is commercial interest in animal husbandry from cloned animals.  Whilst there is a voluntary moratorium in the trade in meat from cloned animals in the United States this does not extend to ......
  • The Case For Terminating An AHA Tenancy
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... good husbandry; sound management; agricultural research; allotments; greater hardship; or finally, non-agricultural use. The Tribunal may also refuse consent ......
  • The Agriculture Bill: Potential Pitfalls Behind The Bill
    • Mondaq UK
    ......There are similar issues arising from the need to update the Rules of Good Husbandry which were drafted in 1947. Tenants who put land into environmental schemes will find little in the rules that will assist them in avoiding a ......
  • Modern Limited Duration Tenancies – 30 November 2017
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... to give notice) but can only be exercised by the landlord if the tenant is not using the land in accordance with the rules of good husbandry or is breaching a term of the lease (whereas the tenant can exercise a break without giving reason). A further set of regulations were laid before ......
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  • Response to Application for Certificate of Bad Husbandry
    • HM Courts & Tribunals Service court and tribunal forms
    Forms relating to agricultural lands and drainage, including notices of application.
  • Notice of Application for Certificate of Bad Husbandry
    • HM Courts & Tribunals Service court and tribunal forms
    Forms relating to agricultural lands and drainage, including notices of application.
  • Chapter VCM3090
    • HMRC Guidance manuals
    • Formularios de Derecho Civil, Mercantil y Registral
    • HM Revenue & Customs
    ......Farming and market gardening are defined at ITA07/S996. Farming means the occupation of land wholly or mainly for the purposes of husbandry. ‘Husbandry’ includes hop growing, the breeding and rearing of horses and the grazing of horses for those purposes, as well as short rotation ......
  • Chapter BIM55090
    • HMRC Guidance manuals
    • Formularios de Derecho Civil, Mercantil y Registral
    ......Contract farming is an arrangement whereby a contractor carries out operations of husbandry as agent for the landowner. Even where the contractor carries out all, or substantially all, the operations of husbandry on a particular farm, the ......
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