Post Completions Paralegal - Home Based Role

QED Legal
£18000 - £25000 per annum
25 Nov 2021
23 Dec 2021
Nick Skelly
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Contract Type
Full Time
Tremendous opportunity for an experienced post completions paralegal to join this well established firm and support qualified conveyancers with the completions & post completions on residential property transactions across the UK. This firm have a post completions department, so you will be working with other team members to ensure that all post completions are dealt with efficiently and in a timely manner.

Ideally you will have gained at least 6 months experience in a similar role and be able to deal with post completions unsupervised. 

You will join the firm’s post completion conveyancing department providing full support on the conveyancing post-completion process. This will include ensuring all post-completions processes are finalised, including paying stamp duty to HMRC, serving any notices to landlords, registering new owners with the Land Registry, requisitions, ledgers etc, along with any other administrative duties the department requires.

This is a fully remote based role, so you would be expected to work from home with no requirement to come to the office. You will be provided with IT equipment, online training, have use of a conveyancing app and use of the LEAP case management system. Salary for this role is up to £25,000 with additional benefits and flexible working also on offer. 

For further information regarding this role and to have a confidential chat, please contact Nick Skelly at QED Legal for a in depth discussion.

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