Commercial Property Solicitor

3 days left

£40000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
15 Apr 2021
13 May 2021
Loraine Silvester
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time
This opportunity is with a well established Legal 200 firm with several offices across Surrey and London. This role will be to based in the Reigate office and the firm is looking to hire a commercial property solicitor with a minimum 2 years post qualification. 
The commercial property department in this office has nurtured its clients over several decades by offering quality, personal partner contact making it one of the strongest departments in the area.

The position will see you will manage a caseload of transactional real estate matters and support an excellent, technically strong Partner when necessary. 
Clients they act for range from large corporations to medium to small size private companies, private investors, property developers, land owners, pension funds and banks.

You will be providing legal advice on a full range of non-contentious commercial property matters including landlord and tenant, commercial leases, planning, property development, acquisitions and disposals of unincorporated businesses and investment property and secured commercial lending.
In return for your skills, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary/comprehensive a benefits package in addition to the opportunity to build your career in a highly successful, professional, well-respected and highly ranked Legal 200 law firm.
If this role sounds of interest please apply to Loraine Silvester at G2 Legal for a confidential chat. 

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