Assistant Legal Advisor | Paralegal
Cape Town, Western Cape, Sudáfrica
1h ago
source : jobomas

Vacancy Details Employer : Faircape Group The Faircape Group, a dynamic and leading property and healthcare company has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Legal Advisor Paralegal to join our Legal Department based in Claremont, Cape Town.

The incumbent will be highly motivated and take full responsibility for drafting, reviewing and advising on legal agreements, in addition to managing contracts and related issues to ensure policies and procedures are up to date and enforced.

  • Specific duties include, but are not limited to : Review and drafting contracts and day-to day contract managementAssist in documenting policies and processes to ensure the effective operation of the Group;
  • Conducting research, investigating facts and developing legal arguments; Responsible for identifying legal risk and ensuring that same is managed effectively;
  • Taking instructions and drafting lease agreement, addenda cession and assignment of leases, renewal of lease agreement, etc.

  • Participate in lease negotiations. Managing tenants arrears, litigation process, settlement proposal and collection of arrears;
  • Drafting and reviewing of commercial property contracts within the GroupCommunicating with various banks regarding new and existing facilities, and renewals thereof;
  • Managing due diligence.Manage the execution of purchase and sale agreements including the transfer of residential / sectional title and commercial properties.

    Draft and review legal agreements.Liaising with Attorneys on all legal matters, including conveyancing;Drafting of Fibre Installation and other IT based agreements i.

    e.. High Site Agreements;Managing the application process for land development, amendment to spatial use conditions, zoning schemes, and changes in conditions to facilitate general property development.

    Managing tenant arrears, collections, including issuance of letters of demand, drafting or summons / rent interdict and execution thereof.

    Managing litigation processes, settlement proposals, High Court work including briefing Advocates and Attorneys.Remain abreast of all changes in the legal, tax and corporate governance in South Africa and internationally.

    Important Company technical input on proposed changes to legislation ie. Community Schemes Ombud Service Act regulations.

    Advise management of changes in legislation and implementation of same;Vetting of marketing material and external communications including website and disclaimersAttending the Masters office, Deeds office, CSOS, City of Cape TownAny other duties, as assigned by the line manager, in line with the role RequirementsQualificationsLLB degreeAdmitted attorneyQualified Conveyancer advantageousExperience and knowledge1 - 2 years post articles experienceExtensive contracting experience essential Skills and AttributesHigh attention to detail with top level drafting and communication skillsAble to Important Company multiple projects, prioritize work and work effectively under limited supervisionAble to work under pressure and deliver under short timeframes Logical, systematic and methodicalStrong mediation skills and ability to settle disputesCreative and innovative problem solving skillsSpecific RequirementsOwn TransportClear health recordClear credit recordNo criminal recordSolid and positive referencesBenefitsSalary on offer from R25 Cost To CompanyIf you do not receive a response within 2 weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.

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