Jennifer Meech is a barrister at Enterprise Chambers. She has a strong commercial chancery practice which remains broad in its scope. She is an experienced advocate having appeared in the Court of Appeal, High Court, county court and tribunals since the beginning of her career. Within the field of property, Jennifer regularly deals with commercial and residential landlord and tenant issues as well as agricultural and real property work. Since she began her career, Jennifer has appeared in 16 reported cases including Freifeld v West Kensington, and Loose v Lynn Shellfish in the Court of Appeal.
Jennifer Meech comments on a case that may impact how landlords carry out routine property inspections (Rogerson v Bolsover District Council  EWCA Civ 226).
Jennifer Meech outlines the facts of the recent high profile Dreamvar and P&P appeals
A recent Court of Appeal judgment suggests the difference between an easement to fence and a covenant to fence is actually very small, writes Jennifer Meech of Enterprise Chambers.