Guide to Housing Law
A concise guide to the rights of individuals and organisations in relation to residential housing law. Enables anyone to understand the complex area of law that governs residential housing and to understand the relationship between the public and private sectors.
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Understanding the law
The protected tenant
rent and other charges
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1985 Housing Act agreed agricultural holding apply arbitration assured shorthold tenancy assured tenancy authority block breach clauses collective enfranchisement Commonhold and Leasehold costs council tax court order Decent Homes Standard discretionary grounds dwelling house dwelling-house entitled farm business tenancy fixed term flats forfeiture freeholder and leaseholder freeholder's give granted grounds for possession he/she Housing Act 1985 housing association joint tenants land Landlord and Tenant Leasehold Reform Act Leasehold Valuation Tribunal leaseholder's live long leases mandatory grounds means mobile home normally notice to quit obligations owner ownership payable payment periodic tenancy person premises principal home protected tenancy Protection from Eviction purposes qualifying leaseholders qualifying tenants quiet enjoyment reasonable relevant tenancy repair requirement residence residential responsible right to buy RtM company secure tenancy seeking possession sell serve a notice service charge tenancy agreement tenancy or licence Tenant Act 1985 tenure unreasonable usually