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Housing Law and Practice

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Housing Law and Practice: 2008 by Gail Price
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"Housing Law and Practice" offers a useful reference source for students, housing workers and professionals new to the area of housing law. The text provides a practical examination of the law and procedure that will help to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to complete their course, and will assist housing workers and professionals in advising and representing clients in the county courts. As well as providing a firm background in key areas such as the private rented sector and public housing, this new edition has been fully updated to cover recent developments such as the new provisions on parenting contracts and parenting orders available to social landlords. There is a new section on the tenancy deposit schemes. Many new cases are also covered, including R (Lin) v Barnet LBC, Knowsley Housing Trust v White and London & Quadrant Housing Trust v Ansell.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Housing Law and PracticeAssured and Assured Shorthold TenanciesRent Act Regulated TenanciesHousing and Human RightsPublic Funding and Costs in Housing DisputesPublic Sector Housing - Secure TenantsDisrepairsThe Rights of Long LeaseholdersProtection from Unlawful Eviction and HarassmentPossession ClaimsHomelessness - The LawHomelessness - ProcedureKey Legislation

Author Biography

Gail Price is an Associate Professor of Law at The College of Law in London. She has over 18 years' combined experience of studying, practising at the Bar and teaching housing law. Corin Barton is a Senior Lecturer at the College of Law. She has 14 years' experience as a solicitor specialising in housing law and currently teaches on the LPC Housing Law course.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2008
Edition
Revised edition
Illustrations
Illustrations
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
College of Law Publishing
Dimensions
165x220x25
ISBN-13
9781905391479
Product ID
1753307

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