Commercial Property Disputes Lawyer - Manchester

Recruiter
Location
Manchester, England, Greater Manchester
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
31 Jul 2017
Closes
28 Aug 2017
Ref
IKJ275561
Contact
Iona Kobbekaduwe
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Property Litigation
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Chadwick Nott are now recruiting for an experienced Commercial Property Disputes Lawyer to join our client, a leading international law firm to be based in Manchester.

Our client is a leading international law firm who have a network of offices across the globe, predominantly providing legal services in corporate, finance, litigation, real estate and tax.

The Commercial Property Disputes team cover a wide remit of work for their clients, who include property developers, owners, property institutions and retails. The work includes rent reviews; dilapidations; forfeiture of leases; service charge disputes; landlord & tenant disputes; real estate related insolvency; trespass; JV disputes; rights of light, amongst other areas.

We are looking for a Commercial Property Disputes Lawyer with at least 3 years PQE gained with a city or large regional practice, with the ability to demonstrate good commercial awareness.

This is a great opportunity to join an extremely forward-thinking an progressive law firm, who enjoy an excellent reputation in the market. Excellent progression opportunities on offer for the right individual.

Should you wish to discuss this role, or other similar opportunities, please contact Iona Kobbekaduwe for a confidential conversation.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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