Private Practice

Conveyancer

Conveyancer

  • The role will involve running your own Conveyancing caseload, and so we are looking for candidates who are familiar with the entire conveyancing process, preferably in high volume.
  • You will be dealing with work from instruction through to post completion, and all types of transactions including leasehold flats; plots etc.
  • In addition, you will be dealing efficiently with purchase of plot transactions, sales of part and more complex matters such as the purchase of freeholds, drafting of easements, drafting of Statutory Declarations or Declarations of Trust subject to supervision where reasonably prudent.
  • You will have experience in checking legal title to all freehold and leasehold transactions and be able to deal with all elements of these transactions and will possess a proven track record for winning and servicing new introducers and clients, developing systems and support staff to grow a business. The ability to draft more complex precedent documentation would also be beneficial.
  • In addition, you will have experience in drafting non-standard correspondence of a technical nature. You will be aware of associated areas of law such as Probate, Insolvency and Matrimonial which may affect transactions and will also be familiar with the wider aspects of the housing and conveyancing markets.

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