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The Paralegal will work in tandem with the Real Estate Chief Counsel and support the company in developing real estate locations for new installations. The ideal candidate should have transactional real estate and land use litigation experience.
Fast-growing and award winning firm in the Real Estate industry
Preparation and filing of applications, complaints, notices of appeal, and supporting addenda for litigation matters related to land use including zoning relief, challenges to the validity of local ordinances, appeals of location determinations or decisions, and appeals to court under applicable state law, across multiple jurisdictions.
Administration and support for all pre-trial discovery and post-trial operations in real estate-related litigation matters, including evidence preservation/non-spoliation notices, requests for interrogatories and for the production of documents, event and deadline calendaring, subpoenas, review of documents both provided and to-be-provided in response to discovery requests, witness preparation, drafting and research related to briefs, memoranda of law, and other pre-trial filings.
Preparation, administration, recording, and filing of all documents, instruments, and executions related to the acquisition, development, financing, and disposition of real property across multiple jurisdictions.
Drafting and revising term sheets; letters of intent; agreements of sale; leases; deeds; easements and rights of way; declarations; covenants; legal descriptions; appraisals; promissory notes; mortgages and mortgage modifications; releases; recordable site and plat plans; operation and maintenance agreements; and subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment agreements;
Independent and directed resolution of emergent issues relating to the real estate acquisition, development, and disposition process
Associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in paralegal studies or similarCertificates in paralegal studies with a concentration in real estate topics such as escrow, title insurance and taxes are a plus.
Certified Notary a plus
Minimum of 8-10+ years of experience in as a paralegal will be required
Very strong understanding of the real estate development, litigation, and construction industry
Hands on experience with complex data research activities and public entity search engines (state, municipal, county, court, DEP, etc).
Work for a successful and fast growing firm in the Real Estate industry