Property Litigation Lawyer (NQ to 4 yrs PQE)

Property Litigation Lawyer (NQ to 4 yrs PQE)
Salary:
30,000 – 50,000
Ref:
57144/TML
Location:
Cheshire,
Greater Manchester
Areas of Law:
Property Litigation
Job Type:
Permanent
Level:
Newly Qualified,
2-4 years qualified,
0-2 years qualified
Sector:
Private practice
0345 300 3577
Highly successful, regional law firm is looking to appoint to its specialist Property Litigation Team.
The firm is highly rated across all practice areas and prides itself on having a friendly and collaborative working environment. Yet again, this year has seen continued growth, significant later hires and impressive client wins.
A new opportunity has arisen, which is suitable for NQs and will appeal to property litigation specialists with up to 4 yrs PQE. If you currently manage a wider commercial litigation caseload but have some experience of property disputes, we would be delighted to consider youre application.
Representing a diverse range of developer, major landlords and corporate tenant/occupier clients, you will enjoy undertaking high quality and interesting work. Typical instructions include:
dilapidations claims
property disputes: rights of way, easements, boundary disputes, adverse possession, restrictive covenants
landlord and tenant: forfeiture, lease renewals, break disputes, breach of covenant, rent reviews and insolvency
development disputes: rights of light, other construction nuisances (representing both developers and adjoining owners)
sale and purchase disputes: failure to complete, breach of warranty claims
service management issues
property risk management advice
With strong leadership and a real sense of purpose and positive engagement throughout the firm, this really is an attractive opportunity for someone looking to play an integral role within an independent and leading commercial practice.
To attract and retain high calibre lawyers, the firm offers excellent remuneration and benefits. Progressive and supportive in its outlook, flexible working can be accommodated.
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