Conveyancing Assistant

Posted 7 October by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
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A Conveyancing Assistant with the Residential Property Department is required for a successful law firm based in the Oldham office. You must have an in depth understanding of the conveyancing process and technical title issues.

Your main duties will involve taking instructions, preparing contracts, raising and dealing with enquiries, examining title, reporting to clients on search results and title, processing mortgage offers, attending to exchange and completion, preparing completion statements and attending to registrations.

The role will also involve assisting with file set up, searches, drafting contracts, enquiries, completion statements, redemption statements, SDLT applications, drafting land registry forms, liaising with clients, estate agents, mortgage brokers and other third parties, file closure and archiving

You will also be able to assist on a busy case load across all areas of residential conveyancing including: freehold sales and purchase, leasehold sales and purchase, shared ownership, new builds, help to buy shared equity, right to buy & re-mortgages

The ideal candidate for the role will have at least six to twelve months' experience within conveyancing

This is a fantastic role for a conveyancing assistant who is looking for genuine opportunity for progression within a successful team.

Salary Negotiable + Benefits

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Please contact Ryan McNamara, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

Douglas Scott are a legal recruitment expert and the UK's leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. We are a regulated recruitment consultancy and will discuss this role and seek your approval before submitting an application directly to the decision maker.

Please see our websitewww.douglas-scott.co.uk for more North West legal positions.

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