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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Public Sector Housing Law 3rd ed

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David HughesProfessor of Law, Environmental Law Institute, De Montfort University, Leicester, Stuart LoweLecturer in Social Policy, University of York

ISBN13: 9780406983015
ISBN: 0406983011
Published: May 2001
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £50.99

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Previously entitled 'Hughes and Lowe: Social Housing Law and Policy', this new edition covers the changes in statute and case law since the publication of the last edition in 1995, the chief of these being the Housing Act 1996.

Housing is set to become an increasingly important issue under a Labour government and a new professionalism will be required in all those involved in the provision and management of housing. This book will be of great assistance to all housing professionals and to students of housing law.

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Housing Law
1. A brief history of social housing
2. The provision and disposal of social housing
3. Social housing: its allocation, the rights and status of its tenants
4. The legalities of housing finance, rents and subsidies
5. Housing and relationships
6. Homelessness
7. Housing standards
8. Multi-occupancy and overcrowding