Commercial Property Solicitor

2 days left

Recruiter
Location
Surrey, England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
29 Aug 2017
Closes
26 Sep 2017
Ref
LAJ275701
Contact
Liam Andrews
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Full time

Commercial Property Solicitor

NQ +

Surrey

Up to 55k

My client is a well-established Legal 500 firm. They are a leading and much respected law firm recognised for their high quality work and in depth knowledge across private client and commercial work.

They are looking to recruit a Commercial Property solicitor with circa NQ-3 years PQE to join the highly regarded property team.

You will manage your own caseload of matters and will also assist other members of the property team.

You will be looking to further develop your skills and knowledge within Commercial Property and committed to offering a first class service to clients. An excellent academic record and Commercial Property exposure within a reputable firm is essential.

Work you will get involved in includes -

  • Sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold properties
  • Granting, renewal and alteration of leases
  • Secured lending
  • Certificates of title
  • Sale and purchase of retail shops, restaurants and public house as going concerns
  • Corporate support - property strategy, due diligence, warranties and indemnities

Please contact Liam Andrews should you require further information about the firm/role. Please rest assured all contact is strictly confidential. Please note if you apply for this role I will give you a call to discuss the role and firm before submitting your CV to them.

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

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