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Update on providing you with our legal services as of 5 November 2020

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Our expert and trusted legal team continue to work remotely from 5 Nov 2020. Please rest assured that we are continuing to provide our full range of legal services to support our clients in this challenging period, this includes our award-winning ...

Staff promotions at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors

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Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors has recently announced eight new promotions. Managing a business through a pandemic is definitely challenging, so it is great news to see local law firm Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, not only adapting to deliver their legal...

Proud to support charities with our fundraising

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As part of the commitment to our firm value of ‘ Community Focus ’ Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors will be handing over cheques totalling £1410.23 to KYRA Women in York, Black Cat Sanctuary in North Duffield, Ryedale Dog Rescue in Pickering...

Lexcel Re-accreditation for 2020

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Despite the challenging times we find ourselves in, we are proud to say that our excellent client care is still being delivered. We are pleased to announce that Lexcel, the Law Society’s Quality Mark, have just confirmed our re-accreditation for 2020....

York RUFC 2nd XV player sponsorship

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Crombie Wilkinson continue to deliver on their Value of ‘Community Focus’ with their recent York RUFC 2nd XV player support for right winger Rob Green for his 2019-20 rugby playing season. “ We are delighted to support Rob with player...

Top 10 tips for renting an industrial or commercial property

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Our Commercial Property team have put together the following top 10 tips for you to consider when looking to rent an industrial or commercial property. Be prepared – consider the property you are looking to rent, how much...

Our Legal 500 2020 UK ranking

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The Directors at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors are delighted to announce that the firm's skill in Private Client, Agricultural & Estates work has been acknowledged by our admission to The Legal 500 2020 United Kingdom Edition. The Legal 500 United...

Guide to signing a commercial lease

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There is a lot you need to know before you sign a commercial lease. Read our guide on the key considerations to review when you are in the position of signing a commercial lease. The considerations when taking or granting a commercial lease are many, and...

Do commercial tenants have rights?

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Commercial tenants do have rights but they are more limited than residential tenants. Commercial tenants may have the protection of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. Find out if the Act applies to you as a commercial tenant as well as information on...

From Managing Director to Musical Director

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York law firm MD directs local musical to communicate World War One 100 th Anniversary As the nation, including many towns and cities in our region of Yorkshire, fell silent and held commemorative services and events to mark the 100 year anniversary of...

Crombie Wilkinson secures Law Society's conveyancing quality mark

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We have once again secured membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process. Crombie Wilkinson underwent rigorous assessment by the Law Society in order to continue to hold CQS status,...

16th year of Lexcel accreditation

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Following a recent annual independent assessment, local law firm Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, with offices in Pickering, Malton, Selby and York, is delighted to confirm their continued accreditation with Lexcel, the Law Society quality standard. They now...

Landlords: Changes to EPC ratings are coming, are you prepared?

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What are the new Regulations? The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards Regulations (MEES) set out the minimum level of energy efficiency for properties in England and Wales. From 1 April 2018, it will be unlawful for landlords of non-domestic private...

Refinancing GP Surgery Premises

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Many GP surgeries are owned by the partners. In many cases, these premises will have been used to obtain mortgage finance from a lending institution, possibly to fund partnership retirements, or for development of the practice and its premises. At Crombie...

Succession planning- are you prepared?

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Succession planning is vital for the continued success and longevity of your GP practice. Many GP practice partnerships own their own property. When it comes to partners wanting to retire, and for new partners to join, the question of property...