Shubhashray is a housing solutions company focused on providing optimally designed homes to people living in semi and peri-urban areas.
The idea is to provide a holistic, yet affordable ecosystem that includes safe housing, clean water, electricity and daily needs provision etc. within a gated community to people who otherwise remain out of the fold of organized housing.
Shubhashray Housing India is opening a job post of Legal Assistant.
Drafting/Vetting of Vendor Agreements, Addendum to Agreements.
Drafting/Vetting of office Lease Deed / Rent Agreements.
Drafting/Vetting of Vendor Termination Letters.
Drafting/Vetting of consumer-related documents such as Builder Buyer Agreement, Maintenance Agreement, Expression of Interest, Credit & Cancellation letters, Terms & Conditions of various promotional schemes etc.
Drafting/Vetting of Appointment Letter, Non-Disclosure Agreement, consultancy agreements.
Supporting in drafting internal policies.
Handling compliance under Labour act / Punjab Shops & Establishment Act / BOCW Act, Apprenticeship Act.
Handling litigation matters involving issues related to Civil, Arbitration, Criminal Complaint, and consumer etc.
Drafting & Vetting various complaints and replies to be filed in court.
Coordinate with external advocates for a briefing of the cases/ complaints.
Preparing notes on issue-based legal problems (sections), which include finding solutions to various legal interpretations & complications.
Drafting & Vetting of Board Resolution as an when required by the Accounts department
Number of Vacancies
Gurgaon, Haryana, India.
Law Graduate from one of the top 20 law schools, a minimum of 1 year work experience. 60% throughout X, XII, Under graduation/Post-graduation
3 to 5 lacs per annum
How to apply?
send your CVS at hr[at]shubhashray.com and tarveen[at]shubhashray.com
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