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Katie Wall, Legal Director

Real Estate

Direct Dial: 01604 463136
Mobile: 07769 217 809

A bit about me

I enjoy the tangible nature of real estate because I can physically see the outcome of the vast majority of my work.  I also find that property law is technically challenging, meaning that no two days and no two transactions are the same.

My clients vary from a broad range of individuals to corporate entities, investors, charitable or educational bodies and lenders. I am able to collate and present complex information in a simple and straightforward way to my clients and I deal with the challenging parts of real estate, so they don’t have to!

I pride myself on being trustworthy, efficient, and reliable and I always strive to develop great relationships. I provide a wide range of legal specialisms, including freehold property acquisitions and disposals, leasehold property acquisitions and disposals, property funding, land registry issues, ancillary lease documentation and assisting clients with portfolio management property work.

Outside of work, I love spending time with family and friends. I have three very young boys who keep me on my toes, so I need to be thoroughly organised at home and at work!


Want to know more?

Make sure your solicitor understands you and your business. This is imperative in successfully applying the law to the particular transaction.

No question is silly- I am always on hand to help.

Why do I need a lease/licence to occupy/tenancy at will?

It is a much more effective use of time and money to agree the formalities of an arrangement at the start than to try to unpick them afterwards.

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Government introduces new legislation to tackle commercial rent arrears disputes

In October, we covered the recent case of London Trocadero (2015) LLP v Picturehouse Cinemas…

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Good news for landlords owed substantial rent arrears due to pandemic

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