Perthshire law firm appoints new Director of Property

Macnabs, a leading law firm in Perthshire, has announced the appointment of Stewart Baillie who will take up the position as Director of Property for the firm.

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Macnabs, a leading law firm in Perthshire, has announced the appointment of Stewart Baillie who will take up the position as Director of Property for the firm.

Stewart Baillie who joined the firm from Andersons in Kinross, has a wealth of legal experience advising clients on all areas including property, court, commercial and private client work.

Macnabs, which has four offices and has been advising the people of Perthshire and beyond since 1880, has a strong reputation for offering clients practical solutions to all their legal problems, and has recently established a partnership with estate agents Harper & Stone. Macnabs highly trained property team have many years experience in residential sales and purchases, as well as dealing with commercial transactions and acting for landlords and tenants.

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Managing Partner Ruth Croman comments: “We are delighted to welcome Stewart to the Macnabs team. It has been a busy year for our conveyancing department following our partnership with leading residential estate agents Harper & Stone, and also the opening of our new office in Blairgowrie last month. Stewart’s knowledge and enthusiasm will allow us to continue to deliver a first class property service to our clients across Perthshire.”

Stewart Baillie adds: “It’s great to be joining such an innovative firm who have grown significantly over the years, yet managed to maintain their unique personal approach and down-to-earth style. Buying or selling a property is one of the largest transactions most people make in their lives and I am looking forward to working with Macnabs clients and making sure the process is as stress free as possible, whether they are purchasing, selling or leasing a property.”

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