Now in its 9th edition, this classic work covers in one volume all areas of housing law as it relates to the principal rights of tenants and occupiers.6a05 a(1) In this section a#39;residential occupiera#39;, in relation to any premises, means a person occupying the premises as a residence, ... (3) If any person with intent to cause the residential occupier of any premisesa (a) to give up occupation of the premises or ... It is not necessary to show, for example, that the occupier hadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Housing Law|
|Author||:||Andrew Arden, Andrew Dymond|
|Publisher||:||Sweet & Maxwell - 2012|