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Housing law can increasingly be viewed as the product of both housing and social welfare policies. As such it deals with the poor and vulnerable in society and largely ignores owner occupation to concentrate mainly on rented accommodation - much of it owned by local authorities and housing trusts. This is a comprehensive selection of materials on housing law. The leading cases and statutes are linked together with comments, notes and questions to ensure an effective springboard for stimulating discussion. The book includes cases such as ""Bruton v. London and Quadrant Housing Trust"".