Property Litigation - Oxford

Location
Oxfordshire
Salary
£48000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
15 Feb 2021
Closes
15 Mar 2021
Ref
215283250
Contact
Gemma Jones
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Property Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Property Litigation Solicitor, Oxfordshire – A rare opportunity for an ambitious Property Litigator to join this leading team. 

JOB TITLE: Property Litigation Solicitor
PQE: 2-5 yrs
LOCATION: Oxfordshire
SALARY: £45-55,000 DOE

THE ROLE:
This highly ranked property litigation team works regularly with the property transaction team to resolve potential real estate disputes before they become contentious. They carry out risk assessments for a broad range of clients where a potential dispute is apparent as well as conduct litigation in the Courts and Tribunals. The successful candidate will be expected to take on a varied caseload including matters such as lease renewal proceedings (opposed and unopposed); dilapidation and disrepair claims; service of break notices; rent reviews; recovery of arrears and easement disputes (rights of way, rights to park rights of access).

THE CANDIDATE:
The team is now looking to appoint a Solicitor with between 2 and 5 years’ PQE. The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate a solid technical understanding of property and property litigation law, experienced in handling your own caseload and thinking independently and someone who is willing to take on a high degree of responsibility.

THE FIRM:
You will join an a leading, established practice that boasts an enviable client base and offers a supportive and collegiate working environment.

 

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