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Aspects of Housing Law 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781138911352
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781845680145
To be Published: June 2018
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £37.99

Aspects of Housing Law provides a comprehensive, up-to-date and readable account of what is often regarded as a complex and technical area of the law. It is essential reading for students of housing law and those taking courses in housing studies and housing policy.

With comprehensive discussion of all areas covered in housing law courses, this concise and clear text presents the following topics in their legal and policy contexts:

  • homelessness
  • owner-occupation
  • regulation of rents
  • repairs and disrepair
  • succession to tenancies
  • private rented sector
  • social housing
  • anti-social behaviour.

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Housing Law
Owner occupation
The private rented sector: Legislative history, decline and characteristics
Protection under the Rent Act 1977 and the Housing Acts of 1988 and 1996
Harassment and unlawful eviction
Social housing: The allocation of social housing
Secure and introductory tenancies under the Housing Act 1995
Anti-social behaviour
The eclipse of council housing
The regulation of rents
Succession to tenancies
The responsibility for repairs
Remedies for disrepair