Property Litigation Solicitor

2 days left

£40000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Attractive Package
24 Jul 2017
21 Aug 2017
Gavin Sladden
Full time
Contract type
Property Litigation Solicitor

£40,000 - £55,000
Kent, South East London, Surrey

Property Litigation Solicitor - Our clients, who have several office situated in Kent have asked us to find them a further property litigation solicitor to join their highly regarded team at their West Kent office.

They are looking for a solicitor with c.4-7 years relevant case handling experience, sound technical skills and able to engage with clients and develop business further. Joining their dispute resolution team you will take the lead in growing the property litigation work under partner supervision.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate knowledge and experience in property litigation cases relating to both residential and commercial property, including:
-       Boundary disputes
-       Easement disputes
-       Party Wall Act Disputes
-       Dealing with opposed and unopposed renewal applications under the Landlord and Tenancy Act 1954
-       Dilapidation claims
-       Service Charge Disputes
-       Residential Claims under s.21 And s.8 Procedure
-       Collective Enfranchisement
This practice has an excellent business model and is going from strength to strength. If you are ambitious and self-motivated, career prospects with this well managed firm are excellent. Please contact Gavin Sladden, Andrew Bishop or submit your CV as directed below. All applications are dealt with in the strictest of confidence and firms will not be approached without your consent. Please note that our advertisements use PQE levels and salary levels purely as a guide. 

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