Private Practice

Fee Earner - Commercial Property

Fee Earner - Commercial Property

  • Fee Earner - Commercial Property
  • Drafting and approval of documents e.g. leases, contracts and ancillary
  • Acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial property and development sites.
  • Leasehold property management work (e.g. licenses).
  • Excellent salary, benefits and work/life balance.

Holmes & Hills LLP

Holmes & Hills Solicitors is a leading regional law firm with five offices across Essex & Suffolk, located in Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree & Coggeshall.

Number of Lawyers: 25+

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