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Meera Patel

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Wallace LLP

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Property Litigation


Areas of Practice: Property Litigation, Commercial Landlord and Tenant Litigation


I am a property litigator specialising in commercial landlord and tenant litigation. I advise and act for commercial property clients on a wide range of issues including forfeiture, dilapidations, injunctive relief applications, contentious lease renewal proceedings, tenant insolvency, rent reviews and property related professional negligence.

 I have achieved successful outcomes – in and out of court – for a large number of corporate and individual clients in relation to a range of contentious property matters.

 Positions Held:

Wallace LLP 2007 – present | Partner

Wallace LLP 2006 – 2007 | Solicitor

I qualified in 1994


Law Society


  • Leeds Beckett University

London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Wallace LLP's ‘excellent property litigation’ team consists of ‘talented specialist lawyers and an excellent client base’. Simon Serota heads a ‘well run department’ which is cited by clients as a ‘market leader in leasehold enfranchisement’. Serota is an ‘out of the box thinker’ and ‘a true expert’ in his areas of specialisation which include landlord and tenant disputes, breaches of covenant, professional negligence and asset recovery. Partners Meera Patel and Samantha Bone are also singled out for praise by clients. Patel is ‘great with clients’ while Bone is ‘accessible and meticulous’, both are ‘very experienced and capable of handling large workloads efficiently and effectively’. Associates Fleur Neale and Shamin Kashem are respectively praised as ‘brilliant’ and ‘extremely able’. Other areas of focus for the firm are forfeiture, dilapidations, contentious lease renewals and tenant insolvency.

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