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Housing Law: Cases, Materials and Commentary

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ISBN13: 9780421382305
ISBN: 0421382309
Published: July 1991
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Housing Law: Cases, Materials and Commentary examines contemporary housing law as it affects people who do not own their own homes.

Each topic is approached through the relevant legislation and case law which the reader is guided through by introductory comments and explanatory notes. Although emphasis is on the legal regulation of rented housing, the authors have attempted to place the law in the social context in which it operates.

  • Contains important primary sources with accompanying notes
  • Each topic is approached through the relevant legal materials - both legislation and case law - and the reader is guided through the materials by introductory comments and explanatory notes
  • Emphasis is placed on the legal regulation of rented housing, and the authors have also placed the law in the social context in which it operates
  • The authors provide a general survey of the common law rules and principles affecting the landlord-tenant relationship.

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Subjects:
Housing Law
Contents:
Outline of the law of landlord and tenant. The scope of statutory protection. Security of tenure. Problems arising from assignment and sub-letting, succession, relationship breakdown, and mortgage or sale of the reversion. Repairs and improvements. Rent and other terms. The privatisation of public sector housing. Homelessness.