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Solicitor Real Estate

Solicitor Real Estate

  • Due to expansion, we are looking for a solicitor to join the Real Estate team in our Truro Office.
  • You will undertake a varied caseload and assist with all aspects of commercial property work.
  • Your duties will include working with land development, and landlords and tenants.
  • The position would suit someone who is highly organised, accurate, proactive and committed to meeting deadlines while remaining calm under pressure.
  • Your excellent all-round communication skills will be key towards achieving client focus.
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Stephens Scown Solicitors LLP 2018.

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