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Residential & Commer. Property

Residential & Commer. Property

  • Lynn Murray & Co is an established law firm looking for a newly qualified lawyer to join their busy property department
  • We have an excellent reputation for delivering first class services in both residential and commercial property work
  • Responsibilities include preparing and reviewing title reports, preparing transfers and other delegated duties
  • There is plenty of scope for development within the practice for an ambitious person looking to develop their career
  • A salary of £22,000-£24,000 is available for this role
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Lynn Murray & Co Solicitors

Whatever your legal problem or matter, Lynn Murray & Co can help you.We are friendly and approachable solicitors who have the knowledge and expertise to give you clear, practical and straightforward legal advice.

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