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Legal & Technical

The Legal and Technical remit covers one of the broadest policy spectrums within NFU Scotland, as such it affects all NFUS commodities. Subjects covered by this policy portfolio include land reform, agricultural holdings law, communities, Crown Estate, planning, utilities, vehicle legislation, renewables, taxation, and employment. 

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Gemma Cooper
Head of Policy Team
T:   0131 472 4018
M:  07825 993261
E:  gemma.cooper@nfus.org.uk

follow Gemma on Twitter at @nfusgemma


Jamie Smart
Legal & Technical Committee Chairman

To contact Jamie, please email gemma.cooper@nfus.org.uk

Key Links
EUR-Lex
EUR-Lex provides direct free access to European Union law. Here you can consult the Official Journal of the European Union as well as the treaties, legislation, case-law and legislative proposals. You can also use the extensive search facilities available on EUR-Lex.
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NFUS Legal Helpline
NFUS offers a free legal helpline for members. The helpline is operated by the specialist law firm Gillespie McAndrew. Click on NFUS Helpline and you can submit your enquiry on line.
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Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland


The Society was founded in 1784 to promote the regeneration of rural Scotland, as well as the preservation of its poetry, language and music. Today, in the 21st century, the Society is for people who value the rural areas of Scotland. It is for people who enjoy the finest products of our land-based and allied industries. And it is for everyone who supports the very best standards in agriculture, forestry and stewardship of the countryside, which are such an essential part of our heritage - and our future.
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