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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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Private Sector Housing: Regulating Conditions

ISBN13: 9780421950207
ISBN: 042195020X
Published: December 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Private Sector Housing: Regulating Conditions examines the provisions of the Housing Act 2004. It provides a complete practical guide to the increased local authority powers, functions and duties when regulating housing in the private rented sector.

This new book is a practical reference tool for local authorities, providing guidance to both specialist practitioners and non-legal professionals such as housing officers, environmental health departments, registered social landlords and social services departments.

  • Examines the powers and duties local authorities hold when regulating the private rented sector in relation to housing unfitness and houses in multiple occupation
  • Clarifies the obligation of landlords in terms of meeting management standards and explains the tests that they will be required to undertake before being granted licences
  • Covers appeals applicable to local authorities and landlords
  • Contains summaries at the beginning of each chapter and proceeds to cover the topics in detail using straightforward text
  • Includes checklists which can be used to aid day-to-day workflow
  • Reproduces key sections of the legislation and related guidance for ease of reference

This book was previously announced with the title Regulating Conditions in the Private Rented Sector: A Practical Guide

Housing Law, Landlord and Tenant Law
Fitness Standards.
Enforcement of standards.
Appeals and costs.
Houses in multiple occupation.
Licensing of HMOs.
Selective licensing.
Management orders.