Commercial Property Locum Lawyer, 3+ years, London. This busy Local Government organisation is looking for a Commercial Property Lawyer to join them, you will be able to commence the role immediately on an ongoing basis. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Zoe on or email with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion and quote Job Ref:

JOB TITLE: Commercial Property Locum Lawyer
PQE REQUIRED: 3+ years
LOCATION: London
HOURLY RATE: £35 – £45 (INSIDE IR35)

THE ROLE:
This Local Government Council has multiple openings for candidates who have a strong understanding of Commercial Landlord and Tenant matters. The role will require the successful candidate to be involved in a broad range of matters including leasehold and freehold acquisitions, disposals, drafting and approving leases, exchanges, and completion/ post completion related correspondence. The caseload will predominantly consist of Commercial landlord and tenant matters, alongside more general sale, and purchase issues.

THE CANDIDATE:
The organisation welcomes applications from qualified Solicitors with a strong knowledge of all aspects of Commercial Property law, with a particular focus on commercial landlord and tenant matters. Applications without landlord and tenant knowledge will not be considered. You will thrive in a role where you are resolving and solving problems and challenges and working under pressure to meet demanding deadlines. You must have a keen eye for detail and be able to work under minimal supervision. Good organisational and communication skills are essential to be successful in this role.

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