Commercial Property Solicitor - Cheshire
Established over 100 years ago
One of the most respected legal practices in Cheshire with offices across Cheshire West
Providing legal services to business and private clients in the region
Offers flexibility and a family friendly structure to its staff
Working within a very experienced team of conveyancing specialists with over 180 years experience between them
Handling your own caseload to include freehold and leasehold sales and purchases including buy to let, right to buy, new build, shared ownerships, transfers of equity and remortgages
Developing and maintaining client relationships
A minimum of 2 years experience of handling your own conveyancing caseload
Confident in handling complex property transactions with minimal supervision
Highly competitive salary and bonus scheme
25 days holidays plus bank holidays
Flexible working options within a family friendly culture
For more information regarding this conveyancing role, please contact Nicola O'Hanlon at BCL Legal
BCL Legal is an equal opportunities employer.
Agriculture law encompasses the legal matters and issues pertaining to agricultural infrastructure, agricultural finance, pesticide use, water, agricultural labour, agricultural insurance, agricultural marketing, fertiliser, seed, and land tenure. The law governs all the policies and rules related to agriculture. Agricultural laws in the UK also cover environmental issues, animal welfare, food standards, and product liability.
The different agriculture law jobs include agricultural solicitors, agricultural property litigation solicitors, agriculture lawyers, agriculture property litigation lawyers, and legal secretary agriculture and rural affairs. All of these positions require at least an undergraduate law degree or a graduate diploma of law with PQE in agriculture law and client-facing/communication skills.
The average per annum Agricultural Lawyer salary varies depending on the employer, kind of position, and other factors. Overall, the agriculture lawyers, solicitors, associates, and other positions are well paid, there are competitive salary packages offered for the roles along with benefits like personal health insurance, learning and development support for professional qualifications, a pension plan, staff events, and more.
You can make a lucrative career working in agriculture law if you have the passion and interest to excel in this practice area. Most of the lawyer and solicitor agriculture law positions provide professional development opportunities so working your way to improving your qualifications and skills will make the job even more rewarding.
Currently, there are plenty of vacancies for lawyers, solicitors, associates, and other roles in agriculture law. The job opportunities in this law field are likely to get even better in the coming years. Looking for a solicitor or lawyer position in the agricultural law industry in the UK? Explore the latest listings by top employers on Simply Law Jobs!
Agriculture law entails legal matters, issues, and rules/regulations related to agricultural infrastructure, agricultural labour, agricultural finance, environmental issues, agricultural companies, and cooperatives, crop seed business, animal welfare, livestock gene patentability, product liability, and food standards. Agricultural law in the UK protects or improves the welfare or health of the livestock, supports managing land and water with the view to minimise environmental threats. The land tenure, usage rights, and acquisition procedures have been mentioned in detail along with taxation, importing animals, and water licences in the agricultural law. The penalties for non-compliance are also there. Individuals and businesses can seek legal assistance pertaining to agricultural regulations and law violations.
Agricultural Lawyers advise the landowners on the sale and purchase of property, they provide legal guidance regarding the letting of farms, agricultural land, and general land management. Acting on behalf of landowners, land managers including the farmers, historical land estates, and investors is also in the Agricultural Lawyer job description. These lawyers work on legal matters pertaining to manorial and lordship rights, mineral rights, farm water, tax inefficiencies, fishing and sporting rights, trust management, and succession planning. Agricultural property litigation solicitors handle farm partnership disputes, contractual disputes, farm inheritance disputes, and negligence claims. They offer legal support to the clients on commercial agreements, tenancies, and surrenders.
Updated knowledge and experience are mandatory for pursuing a career in agricultural law. Presentation and client handling skills are needed for lawyers aspiring to work in agricultural litigation. Stellar communication skills both verbal and written are required for effectively interacting with the clients and guiding them and drafting/modifying the contracts. Commercial astuteness and team spirit are essential to fit in the agricultural law roles. Attention to detail and analytical thinking will help in coming up with well-thought-out solutions for legal disputes and issues. Make your job application worth noticing for the employers by building your professional profile on Simply Law Jobs!
Do you wish to replace the existing data in your profile with data from your new CV upload?