Ben Reeve Lewis reviews this classic housing text book and takes it on a Top Gear type ‘test drive’
HMO Landlady’s book on the art of running an HMO. With a chapter on legal stuff from our own Ben Reeve Lewis
A housing law classic this, now available in a Kindle version. I take a look at this and consider whether using a kindle is a good idea for this book
As can be seen from the fact that it is now in its seventh edition, Defending Possession Proceedings is a popular book! It is also much heavier than it was when first published, now running to over 800 pages. A reflection on the ever increasing complexity of this area of law. The authors refer in…
Our reviewer Giles Peaker (of Anthony Gold solicitors) should be pretty knowledgeable now on housing allocation and homelessness law, as he previously reviewed Andrew Arden’s book on the same subject. What did he make of this one? Housing Allocation and Homelessness: Law and Practice This is the second edition of this book, written by Jan…
I am pleased to introduce a review of this classic book from LAG, from Giles Peaker of Anthony Gold. Homelessness and Allocations. 8th Edition This may not be a book of much use to private landlords, although a glance between its covers would rapidly disabuse some of their conviction that ‘the Council’ will automatically help…
It is not often realised by those outside the profession, that the Law Society produce some excellent handbooks on all sorts of legal topics. This book is a good example. This book is really intended for housing law practitioners, essentially those looking after landlords and tenants in the social housing sector – mostly local authority…
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