RESULTS FOR CATEGORY: Agricultural Law

Jul. 13, 2012David M. Repp, Iowa Real Estate & Land Use Blog, Iowa Tax Café Blog

During the 1970s, many farm operations were incorporated for succession planning purposes. Today, the number of corporations that own Iowa farmland has soared.

Jul. 12, 2012David M. Repp, Iowa Tax Café Blog

Dad wants the family farm to continue in the hands of a family member, even if it means that special privileges and breaks are given to the one family member that are not given to other family members. Mom wants the children to be treated equally. Period.

Jan. 6, 2012John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Iowa bankers beware: Iowa Supreme Court rules feed supplier’s lien has priority status

In Oyens Feed & Supply Co. v. Primebank, the Iowa Supreme Court dealt a blow to financial institutions’ ability to secure first priority for livestock under Article 9.

May. 6, 2011David M. Repp, Iowa Tax Café Blog
Special report on estate planning for farmers: Private annuities and self canceling installment notes

In a special report prepared in conjunction with a presentation at the University of Iowa College of Law’s 2011 Spring Tax Institute, David Repp takes in in-depth look at estate planning considerations for farmers and other landowners. Part 7 of 7 focuses on private annuities and SCINs.

May. 6, 2011David M. Repp, Iowa Tax Café Blog
Special report on estate planning for farmers: Sales to intentionally defective grantor trusts

In a special report prepared in conjunction with a presentation at the University of Iowa College of Law’s 2011 Spring Tax Institute, David Repp takes in in-depth look at estate planning considerations for farmers and other landowners. Part 6 of 7 explains sales to intentionally defective grantor trusts.

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