Property Litigation Lawyer

Recruiter
BCL Legal
Location
England, London
Salary
£85000 - £120000 per annum
Posted
05 Feb 2021
Closes
05 Mar 2021
Ref
RS/80145
Contact
Raj Sidhu
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Property Litigation
PQE Level
5-7
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Property Litigation Lawyer

Top 100 law firm seeks an experienced Property Litigation lawyer to provide additional support through a busy time. The role is to start ASAP
and expected to run for 3- 6 months.

The role will involve managing a large number of cases; working independently advising on and managing all stages of the litigation process from the outset to trial, dealing directly with clients; and instructing/working alongside other professionals such as surveyors and advocates.

The caseload is likely to include: Clearing off or enforcing rights on freehold land such as easements or restrictive covenants; Development related issues such as rights to light, vacant possession strategies and nuisance claims; Contract disputes concerning land, including pre-conditions, breach and overage disputes; Professional negligence issues arising from real estate transactions; Landlord and tenant, especially business tenancies; 1954 Act renewals; Forfeiture and possession claims; Dilapidations; Rent/Service charge issues; Rent reviews and Insolvency issues impacting on real estate/leases

Sought is an experienced Property Litigation Lawyer with upwards of three years' PQE who is able to hit the ground running and available at short notice.

















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