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Senior Residential Property Fee Earner

Senior Residential Property Fee Earner

  • Senior Residential Property Fee Earner
  • To initiate, process and complete the full spectrum of residential property fee-earning work
  • Candidates must have enough experience to complete this process unsupervised
  • Admitted as a solicitor, legal executive, Licensed Conveyancer or equivalent
  • Excellent salary and benefits.
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SAS Daniels LLP

With offices in Stockport, Macclesfield, Chester and Congleton we’re within reach wherever you are around Cheshire and the North West. We offer a full range of legal services for your business or your family, including Corporate and Commercial, Employment Law and HR, Dispute Resolution, Property Law, Family Law and Wills, Trusts and Probate.

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