Landlord-Tenant Relations in Council Houses: Paper Presented for a Conference Sponsored by the SSRC Environment and Planning Committee Under the Title Housing Research in Britain: The Next Decade, Held on 12-14 September 1983 at the University of Bristol
A. Kay, Charles Legg, Social Science Research Council (Great Britain). Environment and Planning Committee
Economic & Social Research Council, Data Archive, 1983 - Law - 18 pages
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