Litigations Administrator

  • Location
    Chorley, Lancashire
  • Salary
    £ 9.23 - £ 10.26 / Hourly
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Property
  • External Reference
    JN-022021-166975

Working pattern - 9am - 5:30pm (Mon-Fri) (1hr unpaid lunch)


Temporary to perm appointment after a qualify period


Role Purpose


o To administrate Legal proceedings throughout the network for our Landlords that are insured and not-insured. In particular landlords who are on our Aviva Rent Protection and Legal Expenses Insurance scheme.


o Advise Landlords & tenants on Legal matters and help them mitigate their losses; provide them with various options available to them before proceeding with Legal proceedings


o Helps protect the insurance fund, mitigate loss, increase Profit Share and retains Landlords for continued business


Main Accountability's



  • Serve Notices (i.e. Section 8, NTQ, Section 21 etc)

  • Enter pre-legal protocol and influence landlords and tenants to mediate in as per government guidance set out

  • Prepare files and issue proceedings

  • Monitoring payments throughout ongoing legal processes

  • Liaising with various departments & Third parties concerned

  • Ensuring that all landlords who have Insurance with Aviva are kept up to date with any ongoing legal proceedings

  • Prompting and updating non-insured landlords of potential legal action that can be taken against their tenants

  • Instructing and liaising with solicitors in order to organise and monitor court hearings under both Section 8 notices and Section 21 notices

  • Compile Facts from parties involved and prepare files for potential mediation / hearing

  • Keeping landlords and tenants up to date through legal processes

  • Extensive telephone liaison with landlords and tenants on a daily basis, providing professional advice and customer service at all times

  • Knowledge & Expertise

  • Essential - IT Skills required, Microsoft packages including Word and Excel.

  • Desirable - Lettings Knowledge/Legislation (in particular the Housing Act), including practical and technical knowledge, planning, organising, communicating and influencing skills

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


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Please apply with your CV to: Clair Cunningham