Sales of second hand farming equipment are booming. But when you buy machinery whether new or second hand, you are entering into a contract with the seller – even if the agreement is verbal. And when selling your equipment, it’s important to understand whether you are doing so in the course of your business or as a private individual, as different rights and responsibilities apply. You could be liable for problems that come to light after the sale. The NFU legal and farm safety teams have written an article which gives advice on what the law states and some top tips on buying and selling farming kit. Read the article on this link.
Advice from the NFU on buying and selling second-hand farming kit
by Jane Hampson | Sep 7, 2023