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The law of residential lettings, already detailed and difficult, has become even more complex over the last 15 years. It is now considered quite impossible to understand the respective rights and obligations of landlord and tenant without a working knowledge of the overriding principles of statute and case law which are applicable.
This book concentrates on the statutory security of tenure afforded to residential tenants in both public and private housing sectors, and on the methods whereby a tenant may compel his landlord to sell the reversion or grant him a new lease. It includes a summary of the provisions of the most recent legislation in the area, the leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.
This book is intended for practitioners and students of housing law alike.;Stuart Bridge was also the author of ""Blackstone's Guide to the Housing Act 1988"" and ""Statutes on Landlord and Tenant"".