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Joanne R Moss

Called 1976

Joanne R Moss

Areas of practice

Real property litigation generally and in particular the law relating to agriculture/agricultural holdings. Extensive advisory experience.

  • Education
    • MA (Cambridge) (1975)
    • LLM (London) in EC Law (1994)
    • Former Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators 1990-2010
    • Mediator (2007), London School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.
  • Professional
    • Chairman Agricultural Law Association 1993-1999
    • Member since 1981, and Former Govenor Anglo American Real Property Insitute
    • Chancery Bar Association

     

    Welcomes

    • Direct Professional access
  • Publications
    • Muir Watt & Moss on Agricultural Holdings (14th ed) 1998;
    • Consultant, formerly editor Hill and Redman's encyclopaedia Law of Landlord and Tenant (Butterworths) Looseleaf;
    • Consultant Editor Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition (Butterworths Lexis Nexis), Vol 1 Agricultural Land (2008);
    • Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition (Butterworths Lexis Nexis), Vol 13: Commonhold (2009);
    • Consultant Editor Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition (Butterworths Lexis Nexis) Fisheries and Aquaculture (2013);
    • Joint Editorship Title "Agriculture" in the Practitioners' Handbook of EC Law (Trenton, 1998)
  • Related Practice Areas
"Widely recognised as an expert on agricultural tenancies. Her practice also includes cases concerning greenfield site acquisition, vacant possession and notices to quit. Strengths: 'She provides robust and practical advice. When it comes to agricultural tenancies, she's top of the tree'.” Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"Particularly good on agricultural issues."Legal 500, 2016
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