Housing Law

Housing Law

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This book is a comprehensive survey of modern housing law, an area of growing importance which is becoming increasingly liable to change as a result of statutory intervention. The book takes a wide approach to housing law and includes, for instance, a look at owner-occupiers and their financial problems as well as covering inadequate mortgage valuation reports from surveyors. It includes a large amount of cases and materials, and these are set in the context of substantial comment and analysis. This book is designed to be used not only by students of housing law, but also as a useful reference tool for professionals in the housing marketrenewing the property as the only practicable way of making good the damage to the subject-matter of the repairing covenant. That ... There was physical damage from rising damp in the walls of a flat in a fashionable area of London. ... in that when the flat had been built in late Victorian times as a high-class residential flat, the slate damp proof course had been put in too low and was therefore ineffective .

Title:Housing Law
Author: Clements
Publisher:Cavendish Publishing - 1996-11-17

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