Commercial Property Solicitor

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G2 Legal
£55000 - £75000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
21 Aug 2019
18 Sep 2019
Tom Miles
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a commercial property solicitor to join this highly regarded law firm in their central London office.

You will be undertaking a range of commercial property work including secured lending, joint venture agreements, conditional sale and purchase contracts, development of land and landlord and tenant work.

This role will involve carrying out a wide range of transactional and advisory work for a variety of clients, including property developers, high net worth individuals and large companies.

This opportunity would suit a mid-level commercial property solicitor who is looking to take on more responsibility at this forward thinking firm in central London.

You should be comfortable dealing with commercial property transactions such as acquisitions and disposals, alongside a variety of commercial lease matters such as renewals and transfers.

The firm offers a varied caseload and supportive friendly environment, along with the chance to develop and expand your skills while progressing your career.

If you're an ambitious commercial property solicitor looking for a new role in central London, please apply now or call Tom Miles at G2 Legal.

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