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15Nov, 2019

Refresher On Nebraska Ag Liens Pt. 6: The Fertilizer & Chemical Lien

By |November 15th, 2019|Categories: Best Practices, Farm Management, Getting Paid, Midwest Agricultural Law|Tags: |0 Comments

Sounds good.....But I'm still going to have file that lien A lien for those who supply or apply fertilizer or agricultural chemicals for the production of crops. Over the past couple years, we have had to assist several crop input suppliers and appliers who have relied on their [...]

25Jun, 2019

Nebraska Tax Sale Law and Recent Revisions: The Effect of Wisner v. Vandelay

By |June 25th, 2019|Categories: Farm Management, Midwest Agricultural Law, Tax|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

A surprising Nebraska Supreme Court opinion has spurred legislative changes to Nebraska's tax sale laws.  Partner Katie French has summarized Nebraska's tax certificate law, the shocking case of Wisner v. Vandelay, and the legislature's necessary but little-too-late response. TAX CERTIFICATE LAW: In the case of delinquent real estate taxes, the [...]

7Jun, 2019

Refresher On Nebraska Ag Lien Law Pt. 4: The Vet’s Lien

By |June 7th, 2019|Categories: Lien Rights, Midwest Agricultural Law|Tags: , |0 Comments

A lien for a licensed veterinarian against any livestock cared for or treated. It's hard to argue that anybody who routinely utilizes shoulder length latex gloves should not have priority to payment for their services.  So indisputable is the vet's right to payment that the lien procedure is probably the [...]

15May, 2019

Refresher on Nebraska Ag Liens Pt. 3: Keeping The Thresher’s Lien Clear

By |May 15th, 2019|Categories: Farm Management, Lien Rights, Midwest Agricultural Law|Tags: , |0 Comments

  -     A lien for the owner or operator of any threshing machine or combine against the grain or seed harvested or processed.  Neb. Rev. Stat. Sec. 52-501. A combine with a plugged feeder house is extremely frustrating and basically useless until the plug is removed. Similarly, liens [...]

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The best way to gain insight into a person is to walk in their shoes. Having grown up on a farm in Iowa, attorney Sean Minahan has walked in the shoes of those in the farming industry, which is why he feels at home in the field—of agricultural law. His blog, the Midwest Agricultural Law Guide, was created to offer legal discussion and encourage the use of social media in the agricultural industry.

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