Month: December 2018

York expansion

North Yorkshire Law expand into York

North Yorkshire Law, based in Albemarle Crescent, Scarborough, have seen an increase in business in York and the surrounding areas and set up a new office at The Innovation Centre. Natalie Foster heads up the new site, and said: “This is a very exciting move for our clients and everyone involved in the business. The […]

Children in need

North Yorkshire Law workers spot on for Children in Need

North Yorkshire Law, on Albemarle Crescent, Scarborough, joined in the fundraising fun for this year’s Children in Need campaign. As well as the staff donning their best spotty attire, they also took part in the Children in Need Duck Race. Richard Boyd, managing partner at North Yorkshire Law, said: “There’s nothing like a duck race […]


Landlords: don’t let the roof fall in on your property

One issue that most if not all landlords will eventually have to contend with is the issue of dilapidations. Read our advice on how to fairly claim if and when the circumstances arise.


Selective licensing and the buy-to-let market: what landlords need to know

The introduction of selective licensing in the mid-2000s has caused plenty of trouble for law-abiding landlords, despite its intention to protect tenants from landlords who flout the law and their legal responsibilities.