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Salary:
£45000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Pack
Job type:
Permanent
Job sector:
Private Practice
Sector:
Litigation, Property Litigation
Experience:
PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5
Contact:
Stephen Chantry
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A highly regarded Legal 500 firm based in Hertford is seeking a property litigation solicitor to take over an existing caseload of matters.

The existing team of five typically provides advice to landlords, management companies, managing agents and property owners, dealing with breach of covenant claims and other private landlord and tenant matters, business lease renewals, lease extensions and enfranchisement, Land Registry disputes, possession claims, easement and boundary disputes.

The team has excellent clients based both locally and throughout the UK, including London. They can offer a generous salary and full benefits, along with structured career progression.

If you would like to join a collegiate and highly knowledgeable property litigation team within an ambitious Legal 500 firm in Hertford, apply now to be considered, or call Stephen Chantry for further information.
A highly regarded Legal 500 firm based in Hertford is seeking a property litigation solicitor to take over an existing caseload of matters.

The existing team of five typically provides advice to landlords, management companies, managing agents and property owners, dealing with breach of covenant claims and other private landlord and tenant matters, business lease renewals, lease extensions and enfranchisement, Land Registry disputes, possession claims, easement and boundary disputes.

The team has excellent clients based both locally and throughout the UK, including London. They can offer a generous salary and full benefits, along with structured career progression.

If you would like to join a collegiate and highly knowledgeable property litigation team within an ambitious Legal 500 firm in Hertford, apply now to be considered, or call Stephen Chantry for further information.
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