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Lane change for well-known York garage as it moves to new ownership

Matt Rowley
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A well-known York garage is set for expansion after being acquired by one of its technicians and his aunt and uncle, in a deal advised by Harrowells. Additional investment will be put into Garage Services (York) Limited, The Raylor Centre, James Street,...

Don't make a Charlie of yourself when it comes to litigation

Mark Jones
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Just before Christmas I wrote a blog which was based on Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol . It’s a book which is known the world over. What’s less widely known is that it gave rise to a real life Dickensian tale. It is one of the...

What happens to my share in the family farming business partnership when I die?

Susie Mortonson
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Traditionally, farming businesses have relied on a legal structure of family farming partnerships, often without formal written partnership agreements in place. In this case provisions of the Partnership Act 1890 would apply but this Act is unable to...

What it means to be a company director

Susie Mortonson
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A common query raised by clients is a question about what it means legally to be a director of a company. This is particularly prevalent as the operational role of a director could differ greatly from business to business. However, whether you’re an...

COVID-19 voluntary vs mandatory vaccination policies

Gillian Markland
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Since the roll out of the coronavirus vaccine, starting in winter 2020, the majority of people have taken up the opportunity to be immunised. However, a minority have shown some reluctance or declined to have it. For employers, unvaccinated employees could...

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