Thirsk Winton LLP

Statutory Lease Extension – Initial Client Details

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We will post the new lease (and any other documents that require your signature) to this address. Please note that we will need hard copies of all signed documents - email copies will not suffice.
By ticking the box above,
1. I agree to the costs as set out on the client care letter you have sent me
2. I agree to the Terms of Business of Thirsk Winton LLP
3. I confirm the information provided above is complete and accurate
4. I confirm that I am authorised to submit this form on behalf of all owners named above

WHAT ID DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED?

Proof of your identity

  • Your current, valid passport (any country)
  • Your current, valid UK photocard driving licence
  • Alternative proof, to be arranged with us
Proof of your residential address

  • A bank statement for an account in your name, less than 3 months old, sent to your residential address
  • A utility bill in your name, less than 3 months old, sent to your residential address
  • A letter sent to you by a government department or agency, such as HMRC, less than 3 months old, sent to your residential address
  • Alternative proof, to be arranged with us

One proof of identity and one proof of address are required for each owner of the property. A joint bank account statement may be used as proof of address for two owners.

HOW DO I PROVIDE MY ID DOCUMENTS?

Options for providing ID documents

  • Bring your original documents to one of our offices during our opening hours. Copies will be taken and the originals handed back to you while you wait. There is no need to make an appointment.
  • Send us copies which have been certified by an accountant, chartered tax adviser, insolvency professional or lawyer. Check with us first that the certifier you intend to use is acceptable.
  • Send us your original documents by recorded/special delivery. We will return them to you using the same delivery service.
  • Send us scans of the documents by email. Ensure the scans are high quality and comprise the entire document with no parts cut off or obscured. Avoid using pictures taken with a cameraphone – these are often of unacceptable quality.