property Lawyer

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What are we looking for?

  • We are often on the lookout for Property Lawyers of varying levels. You might be looking to move soon, or maybe even in 6-12 months time. If you would like to join the Frichot team, please provide an expression of interest by pressing ‘Apply for this Role’.
  • What excites YOU is the ability to join a firm where you get to contribute to the firm’s strategic growth
  • Leadership is expected and you MUST possess the motivation to mentor and develop junior lawyers.
  • You are collaborative in nature, have an intention to work with others or just recognise that in order for us to all achieve what we aim to, that working together gets us there.
  • Workplace culture is important to you and you possess a willingness to contribute to, creating a vibrant team, improve the way we do things, and build on our great stories.
  • Business Development and Marketing has become essential for lawyers. You possess a positive attitude towards this. 
  • You will have the ability to carry multiple matters from start to finish and this means you MUST have: confidence in your own ability and knowledge of the law, very strong attention to detail and the ability to ask for help when you need it.
  • You will be able to work autonomously as well as in a team environment. It is generally the nature of legal work, you need to be comfortable in both settings
  • A high level of confidence in client facing situations is critical, including negotiation and strong communication. You will be able to manage a matter by yourself.
  • You are able to build very strong client relationships. When the file is managed well, the relationship is strong, the outcome is likely to be achieved easier, and following the conclusion of the file, that person will speak highly of you and Frichot to their network.
  • You will be able to work autonomously as well as in a team environment. It is generally the nature of legal work, you need to be comfortable in both settings.
  • It is ESSENTIAL you bring a business owner’s mindset – own your practice area, be enterprising and contribute to the firm’s problem-solving. There are opportunities for advancement in the future, for those who embrace this opportunity. As a self-starter, you are able to get yourself motivated without the need of others. We will provide the infrastructure, you provide your own energy.
  • It is important you understand that you must embrace diverse working hours. Flexibility is encouraged, peak periods of work should be embraced. We will host events, attend others and sometimes these are outside of orthodox working hours. Sometimes files require additional time to be spent.
  • You will also improve the legal infrastructure and integrity through precedent development and general continuous improvement.

The Role of a Property Lawyer

at Frichot & Frichot

 

Frichot & Frichot advise and represent clients in all phases of the acquisition, development and leasing of commercial property including the formation of limited partnerships, limited liability companies and joint ventures. 

We have represented landlords and tenants in the leasing of commercial real estate, office space and shopping centres. Our clients include owners, investors and developers holding portfolios of residential, commercial properties and trusts.

  • Buying and selling property
  • Leasing property
  • Financing and Management
  • Property Development
  • Strata Title Developments
You will be tasked with taking care of all the legal aspects involving residential, commercial and industrial property in Western Australia, including but not limited to leasing, sales and purchasing.

As a lawyer in the commercial property field, the work could be divided into both the private and public sector, providing legal services for individuals, groups, developers, companies, governments or public bodies.

  • Commercial, Industrial and Retail Leasing
    • Taking instructions, drafting/reviewing and negotiating:
      • Agreements to Lease;
      • Lease agreements;
      • Sublease agreements;
      • Extensions of Lease;
      • Assignments of Lease;
      • Variations of Lease;
    • Advising landlords, tenants and guarantors regarding their lease arrangements;
    • Representing landlords, tenants or guarantors in disputes:
      • Issuing default and termination notices;
      • Debt recovery (e.g. arrears of rent)
      • SAT Disputes
  • Conveyancing
    • Providing advice to clients regarding property and business acquisitions and disposals;
    • Taking instructions, drafting/reviewing and negotiating:
      • Contracts for the sale or purchase of commercial, residential and industrial property;
      • Variations of Contract;
      • Off-the-plan Contracts;
      • Option Agreements;
      • Joint ventures.
    • Acting as the buyer or seller representative in the settlement of the sale or purchase of commercial, residential and industrial property and businesses.
    • Representing buyers or sellers in disputes.

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