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Property Litigation Solicitor

Property Litigation Solicitor

  • We are looking for a Property Litigation Solicitor looking to take that next step in their career
  • Joining our growing Property Dispute Resolution team based in St Albans.
  • The successful candidate will have commercial property litigation experience in areas such as
  • Lease renewals, dilapidations, forfeiture, service charges, rent reviews and trespass.
  • Also, ideally, have some experience in residential property litigation in particular in lease extension and enfranchisement.
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