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Do commercial tenants have rights?

Emma Campbell
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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...

Changes to Private Residence Relief

Charlotte Boyes
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Capital gains tax (CGT) is a tax on the profit you make when you sell (or ‘dispose of’) an asset that has increased in value. This includes assets such as a property or shares. It is the gain amount that is taxed, not the amount of money that you...

We have been shortlisted for a conveyancing award

Jessica Duffy
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We are very pleased to have been shortlisted again for the Regional Firm of the Year Award in the Law Firm Services (LFS) Conveyancing Awards 2019. The 2019 Law Firm Services Conveyancing Conference is the largest event in the conveyancing calendar with the...

Proud to support four more charities with our fundraising

Charlotte Mountain
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After another successful 12 months of fundraising for Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, this month has seen them handing over cheques totalling £2781.21 to Scarborough Whitby Ryedale MIND, Smiley Riley, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Young Minds. Duncan...

Roundtable lunch with Chief Executive of The Law Society

Richard Watson
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Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors in York were hosts of the latest roundtable lunch for The Law Society with Paul Tennant, Chief Executive, presiding over the lunchtime talk. The informal discussion took place on Tuesday 21 May 2019 in the Boardroom of Crombie...

We are pleased to appoint two new Directors

Jennifer Bartram
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North Yorkshire based law firm Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors continues its business growth strategy with the appointment of two new Directors; Orlando Bridgeman and Greg Cross are appointed as Directors from 1 May 2019. Orlando and Greg’s promotion is...

An explanation about the expected divorce changes

Christopher Myles
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Divorce and dissolution of civil partnership - explanation about the expected divorce changes On 9 April 2019, the government published its response to the consultation paper, Reducing family conflict: reform of the legal requirements for divorce. The...

Advice on issues surrounding rivers running through your land

Clair Douglas
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We have been looking at some interesting points for landowners who are fortunate enough to have rivers running through their land. In terms of boundaries the general rule or presumption is that where your land abuts a non-tidal river then your boundary will...

Grant of Probate fees

Orlando Bridgeman
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It is widely acknowledged that cuts to the Ministry of Justice budget have resulted in a creaking court system. The family courts are under particular strain. Cuts to the Legal Aid budget have filled the courts with litigants in person – people...

Business Banking Switch - Royal Bank of Scotland customer?

Joseph McCullough
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If you are a Williams & Glyn (division of Royal Bank of Scotland) customer, and your business has an annual turnover of less than £25 million then you may be eligible for incentives to switch your banking to another provider. Summary of what is...

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