Commercial Property Solicitor

England, Greater Manchester, Oldham
£30000 - £35000 per annum
11 Aug 2017
08 Sep 2017
Lucy Grainger
Practice area
Commercial property
Full time
Contract type

An NQ Commercial Property Solicitor is required to join a reputable legal practice in north Greater Manchester.

Having built a solid reputation within the market, this well-established and recognised firm is looking for a Commercial Property Solicitor to join an existing team of strong and talented professionals. With ties to the major cities of Manchester and Leeds and a brilliant client base you will be given a high quality of matters to deal with.

The successful NQ Commercial Property Solicitor will manage a varied caseload of Commercial Property matters covering Landlord and Tenant, Acquisitions and Disposals, Leases, Commercial Lending, Estate Management with a focus on Development work too. The Commercial Property Solicitor will also be networking/maintaining existing client relationships.

This role is ideal for a NQ Commercial Property Solicitor wanting a brilliant career start and quick progression routes. There will be an opportunity to further develop the Commercial Property department, so you can really get your teeth into this role.

If you are a Commercial Property solicitor and would like to discuss this role or any other similar roles further in complete confidence then please contact Lucy Grainger at Sacco Mann.

For further information regarding our offers and opportunities, please visit our website or call a member of the Private Practice Division directly.

*The criteria above serves as a guideline only and any candidates who feel they are suitable are still encouraged to apply.

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