National Park Bye-Laws – A Livestock Case Study | Livestock

Recently a Solicitors in Southampton (UK) have been successful in maintaining the traditional byelaws and principals that still exist in the National Parks of the United Kingdom and a recent court victory underpins this.
The Southampton Solicitors help act on behalf of the Verderers of the New Forest in Hampshire and recently were successful in winning a court case against a local farmer who previously refused to tag his cattle to the standards set out by the Verderers whose role in the new forest are laid out below (Source Verderers Of The New Forest):o Protect and administer the New Forest’s unique agricultural commoning practices;
o Conserve its traditional landscape, wildlife and aesthetic character, including its flora and fauna, peacefulness, natural beauty and cultural heritage;
o Safeguard a viable future for commoning upon which the foregoing depends.These laws have been in place since the New Forest Act 1877 and these Verderers are still appointed to uphold these unique laws and govern the area, which includes the management of the local farmers and the livestock which live on land that is officially owned by the crown.Despite the vast amount of Crown land in the United Kingdom, this is actually a very rare privilege; but these supposed ‘commoners’ are required to identify their livestock by individually tagging them to facilitate the identification of their particular owners if the animal is found dead, injured or outside of the lands.The partner of the Hampshire Solicitors stated that the defendant was at liberty to graze any of his livestock in the New Forest; however, between the dates of March-June 2007 his livestock were seen on several occasions without ear tags that could be used to identify the owner of the particular animal. The defendant was requested several times to tag these cattle but failed to adequately do so.The defendant was originally found guilty of this offence in 2008 but decided to appeal against the original judgement, stating that the byelaws of the forest were void and that the need to tag his livestock was redundant.
He recently failed in this appeal and actually received a warning by the Crown Court Recorder to not underestimate the traditional ethics and byelaws of the New Forest.The partner of the Solicitors in Hampshire stated that he and his team were “very happy to act on behalf of the Verderers who do a very special job”. He went on to express how happy he was of the successful outcome.
This successful outcome is surely a huge positive for the people of the New Forest who support the efforts of the Verderers in conserving the ethics, environment and all inhabitants of this wonderful area of the country.

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What Your Buyer’s Real Estate Agent Won’t Tell You – Part 1 | Real estate

Buying a house – The realistic approachThis article is not about the secrets of buying a rental property for no money down and half the price of the market value of the house. I am not Tom Vu or Don Lapre and I am not in jail.In Canada, the no money down home did use to exist, but not anymore. Some banks and/or lenders were willing to lend you the 5% down payment so that you don’t have to pay a dime out of your own pockets to purchase a home. However, given the current financial situation with tighter lending restrictions, there will be no bank or lenders who can do that in Canada.The buying home for half price did use to exist as well. At one point, foreclosures in Canada would allow foreclosed homes to be sold at rock bottom prices. The new law, which has been in placed for many years now require the homes be sold at the highest possible price for foreclosed homes or else the lenders could be sued. Hence, sometimes foreclosed homes sell higher because Canadians have the misconception that foreclosed homes are a really good deal causing it to have a reverse affect. There have been many people buying foreclosed homes believing they got a good deal and not doing a thorough check as to the actual value of the home.Now, clearing out the quick money maker myths of buying homes, there are still many things you need to be aware of before starting.If there exist ever an industry with more sneaky sales tactics and money motivated people, it has got to the Real Estate industry. As a buyer, you could be dishing out $350 000 and everyone wants a piece. The Real Estate Agents want a piece. The lenders want a piece. The lawyers want a piece and the sellers want piece. No wonder there are so many scams in this industry.The first thing to be aware of is the Real Estate Agent. A Real Estate Agent is suppose to act on your behalf to buy or sell the home. Both the buyer of the home and seller of the home will have their own Real Estate Agent called a Buyer’s Real Estate Agent and a Seller’s Real Estate Agent.In Canada, each Real Estate Agent gets an average of 2.5% and sometimes 2% for the commission of selling the home. Some Real Estate Agents provide cash back rewards. Canadian Real Estate Agents gets higher commission than anywhere else. In United States, their Real Estate Agents only get 1% of the commission and their homes are actually much cheaper. Even though Real Estate Agents are the least educated of the parties involved in the buying home transaction, they seem to be getting the biggest piece of the pie.Do not listen to their gimmicks on Real Estate Agents are ethical. (http://www.howrealtorshelp.ca) Where do they get the idea any Real Estate Agent off the street is ethical. Their claim is based on these tests that they pass to become a Real Estate Agent. Agents passing a test does not meant hey are ethical. It only means they can remember enough to pass the test.One would believe it should be the Real Estate Agent’s job to help the buyer ensure the home is of value. Rightly so, many buyers depend on the Real Estate Agent to protect them and provide them advice and in my opinion, the ethical Real Estate Agent should do that. However, the true reality is that Real Estate Agents do not make money unless if the home is purchased. The reality is that the Real Estate Agent’s salary is not truly dependent on giving you advice. The Real Estate Agent’s job is to get the buyer to buy a home through them so they can get paid!As a result of this, what ends up happening, are two types of Real Estate Agents with variations in between. The first type is the honest agent with the belief “If I work hard and treat my buyer right, the buyer will come back to buy more homes from me. The second type is the “I need to get the buyer to buy a house quickly so that I can move on to the next buyer (sucker) so that I can maximize my time for profit.” The bottom line is that you are looking for the first type and you want to avoid the second type.We’ll call the first type, the Bad Real Estate Agent. We’ll call the second type, the Good Real Estate Agent.So what kind of characteristics does the Good Real Estate Agent have that the Good Real Estate Agent does not have?1. The first characteristic is Patience. Bad Real Estate Agents will attempt to sell you a home quickly to get the money quickly. Do not buy a house without spending a lot of time looking at several different homes. Be careful of tactics such as Real Estate Agents claiming it is the perfect and acting like a salesman rather than providing you information.2. The second characteristic is information. A good Real Estate Agent needs to provide you all the information to let you make the informed decision and we are not talking about their opinion. Real Estate’s opinion does not matter. Real Estate Agents have data such as the history of the house being sold at, homes being sold near the area and type. A Real Estate Agent should be able to provide you with a compilation of official documents that tells you these kinds of data to let YOU make an informed decision.3. The third characteristic is care. You will know this during the actual signing of the contract to purchase the home at a certain price. Once you become interested in a property and want to buy the property at a certain price set by YOU, you have to write up a contract. The contract consist at least three conditions that will null the sale of the home and a security deposit.The common three conditions are, buyer can get financing, the home passes inspection and the appraisal value of the home is above the price to be purchased. Generally, you will want the lenders to appraise the home so that you know the fair value of the home and the lenders would only lend of you are buying the home at fair market value.The security deposit is an amount you will provide to lock the home from being sold to other buyers while you perform to checks to see whether these conditions have been met. If these conditions are not met, then you SHOULD get your security deposit back.The Bad Real Estate Agents will want to you provide very few conditions and a big security deposit. Doing so ensure the home is more likely to be sold.Do NOT go through the internet and pick the first agent you see or the agent that has the most advertisements. They are just spending marketing money which they intend to recover from you. I especially find the ones that are top ranked search engines to be the most conniving, especially the Mississauga location!More to Come!