Our client is a highly recommended Legal 500 and Chamber & Partners law firm. They require an experienced commercial property solicitor who is passionate about delivering high quality service to clients.
The firm offers scope for career progression with active involvement in the future development of agricultural and commercial property services. The position would suit an individual who is focussed and committed, but who likes to maintain a balanced life, within a friendly and supportive work environment.
The role will involve managing a varied caseload of commercial and agricultural property matters to include:
- Leasehold sales and purchases, freehold sales and purchases.
- Dealing with development sites and associated matters
- Negotiating and explaining terms of overage
- Advising on gifts of equitable interests in land.
- Carrying out the purchase of freehold and leasehold properties including the investigation of title of registered and unregistered land
- Attending to post-completion matters, including adverse and/or first registrations
- Drafting Deeds of Easements, Deeds of Assignment, Deeds of Gift, Deeds of Release and Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements
The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:
- Qualified solicitor with a minimum 3 years commercial property experience
- Strong commercial acumen and focus
- Creative with the ability to come up with innovative ideas
- Rural or Agriculture property experience
- 5 years commercial property experience
- Ability to work autonomously
The salary for this position is dependent on previous experience and individual requirements but will be highly competitive. Candidates are invited to apply to discuss their individual requirements.
If you would like more information on this opportunity, please contact Hannah Davies at Venn Group on 0121 616 0681 for a confidential discussion, or email your CV to email@example.com
Venn Group is an equal opportunities employment business and employment agency and welcomes applications from all candidates. PQE ranges provided serve as guideline only.