Options for council tenants after the Housing Act 1988
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Published by Camden Federation of Tenants & Residents Associations .
Written in English


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Statementby Camden Federation of Tenants & Residents and SOLOLCHS.
ContributionsCamden Federation of Tenants & Residents., Solon Co-operative Housing Services.
The Physical Object
Pagination18p.
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15330892M
ISBN 100948484039
OCLC/WorldCa26214332

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  “The right to buy”: it was a clever slogan, clear, quick to say, easy to remember, and combining two of modern Britain’s favourite preoccupations, personal freedom and purchasing, while also Author: Andy Beckett. IV of the Housing Act ) is seen as extending the rights and choices already given to council tenants since through the statutory Tenants’ Charter and the right to buy legislation in the Housing Act , later extended in and The changing role of File Size: 21KB. The electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB) comprises the Acts of the Oireachtas (Parliament), Statutory Instruments, Legislation Directory, Constitution and a limited number of pre Acts. Housing Act, ; Housing Act, —A person shall be regarded by a housing authority as being homeless for the purposes of this Act if—. Rent regulation. The Housing Act significantly reduced rent regulation, giving landlords the opportunity to charge whatever they liked for a property (something that is still the case today, despite growing calls from some for the return of rent controls of some description). The change also meant that the only party with the right to challenge the prices set by landlords are their .

housing act, AN ACT TO AMEND AND EXTEND THE HOUSING ACTS, TO , TO AMEND THE VAGRANCY ACT, , AND THE CITY AND COUNTY MANAGEMENT (AMENDMENT) ACT, , AND TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN OTHER MATTERS IN RELATION TO HOUSING AND IN RELATION TO THE DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGES. The Housing Act covers some of the UK legislation for the Private Rented Sector. The government spent over hours putting together prospective laws to make the private rental sector fairer for landlords. The laws that got passed were put into The Housing Act , which covers the statutory rights and legal responsibilities for [ ]. The Housing ACT officer will complete the report and provide 2 copies to the tenant. The tenant should: Inspect the property; Indicate on the report whether or not he/she agrees with Housing ACT's report; Return one signed copy of the report to Housing ACT, noting any discrepancies within seven (7) days of moving in. Housing ACT will.   An assured shorthold tenancy can only arise if the conditions at section 1 Housing Act are met. First of all, there must be a tenancy, as opposed to a licence. However, setting up a licence rather than a tenancy is difficult and simply writing down that things are licences will not mean that they are.

The vast majority of private (and many social) residential tenancies in England & Wales are protected by the Housing Act A good working knowledge of this legislation is therefore essential for anyone finding themselves dealing with residential property. A housing officer will visit the property and assess whether the occupant has a right to the tenancy and if necessary take actions through the courts to repossess the property. If you need further advice on these matters or suspect that a property is squatted or illegally occupied, please contact your local area housing office.   Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations SI /, as amended by Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations SI / Part 11 Housing Act as amended by Housing Act ; Housing (Management of HMOs) Regulations and Housing Act ss.1, 2, 3 and 28 Tenant Fees Act Sch.1 Tenant Fees Act the New Towns, certain tenancies can be regulated tenancies after this date. (for the rights of council tenants see housing booklet Your rights as a council tenant) The Housing Act strengthened the provisions of the Protection From Eviction Act –File Size: KB.