Certainly diane astin has provided a valuable service for practitioners as well as advisers and those faced with the challenge of representing themselves in court in short this is a handbook that no one embroiled in housing law issues can afford to be without. Aimed at lawyers and advisers at all levels this title covers all the basic aspects of housing law and focuses on the practical the common problems faced by advisers court proceedings and the tactics of running a case challenging decisions and seeking remedies. Heres a complete housing law resource for professional advisers an appreciation by phillip taylor mbe and elizabeth taylor of richmond green chambers housing is a fundamental need so when things go wrong few problems in the spectrum of civil law can cause more upheaval unpleasantness and distress. This new lag book is aimed at lawyers and advisers either entering housing law or acting as non specialist advisers covering all the basic aspects of housing law this book focuses on the practical the common problems faced by advisers court proceedings and the tactics of running a case challenging decisions seeking remedies. Housing law an advisers handbook by diane astin may 23 2012 by tessa j shepperson as is the case with the private rented sector housing advice is a similarly huge and unregulated world which employs as i heard a recent conference presenter say around 200000 people
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