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Commercial & Agricultural Property Lawyer

Oswestry


Commercial & Agricultural Property


Job Description

We would like to hear from you if you have skills and experience in handling your own caseload of a mixed range of commercial property work including

  • Landlord and Tenant cases
  • Purchase and sale of agricultural, commercial or residential development land/properties and premises sold with vacant possession/subject to tenancies
  • Conditional contracts, option agreements and overage
  • Mortgage and legal charge documentation and lenders instructions for drawdown of funds required for commercial, development and agricultural land transactions
  • Transfer of equity and partnership commercial/agricultural property transactions
  • Joint ventures and promotion agreements

Apply for this Position

Please send your CV and covering letter, including current salary/salary expectations to:

Mandy Burrage, HR Assistant
Lanyon Bowdler
Hazledine House
Central Square
Telford Town Centre TF3 4JL

Or email info@lblaw.co.uk

 

Client Testimonials

Dealing with one person when possible. Clear, simple advice.

- Mrs S A Flynn, London

They were very experienced and very professional, offering a top class service

- Mr V Jones, Pontesbury

I am extremely grateful to Stephen in the way in which he handled my case and represented me at court.

- A A, Shrewsbury

Great communication and persistence with difficult defendant.

- Mr J Partington, Whitchurch

Excellent service in a clear and concise manner.

- Derwen College, Oswestry

Client Quotes

Ease of contact, understanding of business context. An excellent and pragmatic approach to a relatively complex business transfer.

- Mr D Coull, Shrewsbury

Very good team across many disciplines.

- Woodland Heritage Ltd, Surrey

Ed clearly pays attention to detail and most importantly was diligent in ensuring my interests were best catered for. 

- Mr J Ostler, Hereford

We found they always listened to what we had to say and replied in Queens English without a lot of legal jargon.

- Mr J Manley & Mrs B Manley, Craven Arms

The use of clear modern language and presentation with legal jargon kept to a minimum where possible.

- Mr P King & Mrs D King, Prestigne


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