Amrik joined EA Law – East Anglian Chambers following the successful completion of pupillage, having been a Benefactors’ Scholar of the Middle Temple. Amrik has developed a busy practice in Contract Law, Commercial Law and Property Law and has a particular interest in Wills and Probate. He offers both advice and legal assistance to a high level. He is an experienced advocate and confident lawyer, respected by colleagues and solicitors alike Amrik strives to forge a good working relationship with those who instruct him.
Wills and Probate
Amrik has a keen interest in contentious probate, Inheritance Act and TOLATA matters. He appears in the High Court on contentious probate matters and works hard to ensure the best possible outcome for his clients.
Civil – Contract Law and Commercial Law
Amrik undertakes a broad range of contract law and commercial law work and has appeared in cases across the region. He has a particular interest in construction law. He also deals with professional negligence claims, credit hire and education law.
Property Law - Housing
Amrik regularly appears in housing cases dealing with injunctions and possession proceedings for both claimants and defendants. Amrik also deals with closure orders, ASBOs and other housing related applications at the Magistrates’ Court.
Amrik undertakes both claimant and defendant work. He is prepared to advise in conference, in writing and by phone. Amrik also provides seminars on a range of topics, including probate matters, civil litigation and the civil procedure rules reforms which came into effect 1st April 2013.
Court of Protection
Amrik also undertakes court of protection work and has appeared at the court of protection in London and in courts in East Anglia. Amrik was recently involved in the case of Re: BM
and report of the judgment is available here.
Amrik speaks a number of languages including Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu fluently.
LLB (HONS), LLM International Law & Human Rights
Mr Wahiwala immediately put me at ease and I would recommend him to anyone at anytime on any case. He took the case seriously, never planning to go 50/50 but only to win. His professionalism was second to none.