This 5th edition takes full account of recent changes in the law. Particular emphasis is given to the effects on security of tenure, the privatization of the public rented sector, and housing associations.
The Manual of Housing Law has a succinct but informative style. This edition has new individual paragraph headings for ease of reference and clarity of direction. It has a style that bridges the gap between the needs of the specialist practitioner, the non-lawyer and the student, examining all major aspects of housing law. The main approach of the Manual is to identify the principal housing rights of the tenants and other occupiers and to outline the law affecting the way in which residential property is occupied. The Manual of Housing Law takes full account of the changes in law effected by the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 and the Environmental Protection Act 1990, and the ensuing case law. There is also greater emphasis placed on secured, assured and protected tenancies.
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Manual of Housing Law by Andrew Arden, QC
Andrew Arden, QC
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