Commercial Property Solicitor

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Location
England, Lancashire
Salary
£21000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
27 Jul 2017
Closes
24 Aug 2017
Ref
IM 29086
Contact
Austen Lloyd
Practice area
Commercial property
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY - An exciting opportunity for an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor to join a rapidly expanding firm in Cumbria.

Commercial Property Solicitor - Legal 500

Commercial Property (1+PQE)

We are seeking a Commercial Property Solicitor with experience in Commercial Property to join a leading practice in a lovely Cumbria location.

The ideal candidate should have 1+ years PQE with a motivated and ambitious outlook and a solid grounding in commercial property. The workload will be of an extremely high quality and will involve matters such as: landlord and tenant work alongside freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, disposals and acquisitions as well as other commercial property related matters.

On offer is a very attractive remuneration package and a fantastic benefits package, this is an opportunity that is not to be missed.

If you think that you have the necessary experience, and this opportunity could be of interest to you, then Connie would be very keen to hear from you as soon as possible in absolute confidence on. Legal Vacancies/Law Jobs, Reference: IM 29086: (Commercial Property Solicitor). Please note our advertisements may use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we would be happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the skills needed to perform the role.

Apply Below or contact Isabel at Austen Lloyd as soon as possible, quoting Role Ref: IM 29086: (Commercial Property Solicitor).

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