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Conveyancing Partner – Colchester Office

Conveyancing Partner required for our Colchester office with at least two years PQE up to a more senior level and have experience in managing your own caseload of Residential Property matters.

The work will be wide-ranging and will include Sales and Purchases, Re-Mortgages, Shared Ownership, Help to Buy, Transfers of Equity, freehold and leasehold.

You must be able to deal with matters with minimal supervision. Full secretarial support is provided.

A very competitive remuneration package is on offer for the right individual.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience then please send your cv in confidence to Stephen.kew@kewlaw.co.uk

 

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