Property Litigation Solicitor

Location
West Midlands
Salary
£38000 - £48000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits package
Posted
15 Sep 2017
Closes
13 Oct 2017
Ref
RH138274
Contact
Rebecca Higgs
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Ranked tier 1 for its commercial litigation services, our client is looking to bolster its property litigation arm of the team. They are seeking to recruit a property litigation solicitor, or associate solicitor, who has extensive experience in commercial property matters, along with residential property matters including boundary disputes.

Your main clients will be retail, investor, developer and commercial clients, representing both landlord and tenants in matters to include; asset management issues, termination of tenancies, forfeiture, break notices, dilapidations, lease renewals, possession claims, rights to light, and rent arrears.

In this property litigation solicitor role, you will work closely with partners and other senior members of staff, enabling you to develop your own experience. The department would like a solicitor who enjoys business development, who is commercially aware, and somebody who has the desire to succeed. The perfect candidate would have some experience of dealing with mixed use and residential property disputes.

This is a great chance to join a team where career progression is achieveable and the work is of a high quality, without the traditional demands associated with working for one of the larger commercial firms in Birmingham. 

If you are interested in a team that will keep you intellectually challenged and engaged and one which will encourage your development then please contact Rebecca Higgs at G2 Legal (0121 609 1069), or apply online.

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