Private Practice

Property Litigation Solicitor

Property Litigation Solicitor

  • Geldards LLP is a leading regional law firm with offices in Cardiff, Derby, Nottingham and London.
  • We are currently seeking to recruit a Property Litigation Solicitor to join our Dispute Resolution team in Nottingham.
  • The ideal candidate will have 1-4 years PQE or the equivalent in the case of a qualified Legal Executive.
  • The successful candidate will have thorough knowledge and experience in areas including commercial lease renewals, and Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and associated notices and procedures.
  • We are looking for candidates with a strong client focus and proven organisational skills who will take a pragmatic approach to their cases. Experience in advising commercial retail clients would be advantageous.

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