Property Litigation Solicitor

4 days left

St Albans
£45000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Pension Scheme + Benefits
31 Jul 2017
28 Aug 2017
Stephen Chantry
Full time
Contract type
Are you a senior property litigation solicitor who would like to work within a team of 5 at a leading Legal 500 firm in Southern Hertfordshire and London? Do you have experience of enfranchisement matters and could you help the firm develop within this niche area of property litigation? 

You will be a property litigation solicitor who ideally has around 3-5 years’ PQE. Your experience should include the full range of property disputes relating to vacant possession, dilapidations, forfeiture, service charges, rent reviews, nuisance, trespass and rights to light. However the successful candidate will also be proficient with collective enfranchisement, individual and bulk lease extensions and right to manage claims under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 and the Leasehold Reform Act 1967. You can expect a market rate salary and full benefits and the chance to develop your career and experience within a dynamic and forward thinking law firm. 

If you are a property litigation solicitor who is based in the St Albans area, and you would like to join a highly regarded litigation team within a leading Legal 500 firm, please apply now or call Stephen Chantry on 0207 6499298 with any questions. 

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