- Post Date:October 11, 2021
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- Career Level OtherQualification DegreeExperience 3-5 Years
Our client, a dynamic law firm is looking for a suitable young, “top-of-the-class,” Conveyancing Lawyer to join their team.
- Draft or check sales contracts and agree terms with the conveyancer acting for the other party to the transaction.
- Collate and send or check supporting legal and financial documents.
- Deal with all financial aspects of a transaction.
- Exchange contracts and complete the transaction.
- Seek to always protect clients’ interests, while taking precautions against potential fraud and money laundering.
- Send terms of engagement and estimates of fees and disbursements.
- Obtain or check Land Registry documents or title deeds.
- Carry out and check pre-contract searches by checking whether the property is affected by local authority proposals, leases, easements or covenants and mortgages.
- Prepare transfer and mortgage deeds.
- Receive mortgage funds.
- Pay taxes and deal with the registration of client and lender with the relevant regulatory authorities.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements
- Recognised B. Degree in Law or equivalent qualification augmented by a minimum of 4 years conveyancing experience.
- Knowledge of Real Estate Law and research skills.
- Knowledge of the legal environment and related legislation and policies.
- Good command of the English language
- Computer literacy.
- Thorough knowledge of and experience in drafting contracts.
- Ability to interpret relevant conveyancing information.
- Have a proven sense of integrity and outstanding moral principles.
- Have very advanced communication skills and a willingness to raise problematic issues as appropriate.
- Have an entrepreneurial flair and business ability, rather than pure legal capacity.
- Be detailed and thorough.
- Have knowledge of the local area.
If you think you have what it takes, we would like to hear from you. Please email your CV to [email protected].
Closing date is Wednesday 13 October 2021
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence