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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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SA Law LLP

SA Law is a leading, full-service UK solicitors practice that can help with all legal aspects of your business and personal life. We have an exceptional track record of winning success for our clients, whether resolving disputes, optimising commercial ventures or minimising risk.

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