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' ... an indispensable commentary on and guide to a complex and fast-moving area of the law: a must-have for academics, specialist practitioners and busy local government officers alike.' Solicitors Journal'This is the book on the law relating to homelessness.' Law Society Gazette' ... if you advise on homelessness, you will need this book. Buy it now.' Legal Aid News
Andrew Arden QC is a full-time practitioner and head of Arden Chambers, London. He is a pioneer of housing (and homelessness) law, and has acted in many of the leading cases in addition to his writing. He is the general editor of the Housing Encyclopaedia, the Housing Law Reports and the Journal of Housing Law, as well as co-author of Arden and Partington's Housing Law, the Manual of Housing Law, Local Government Finance Law and Local Government Constitutional and Administrative Law (all Sweet & Maxwell).Caroline Hunter is a barrister at Arden Chambers in London and senior lecturer in housing law at Sheffield Hallam University. She is deputy general editor of the Journal of Housing Law (Sweet & Maxwell). She is joint author of Housing and Human Rights Law (LAG) and Arden and Partington's Housing Law (Sweet & Maxwell).Lindsay Johnson is a barrister at Arden Chambers, London. His practice covers the full range of chambers' specialist areas, with an emphasis on housing - particularly homelessness - and local government/public law work. Lindsay is an editor of the Housing Law Reports, a digest editor of the Journal of Housing Law and a consultant editor of the Housing Encyclopaedia (all Sweet & Maxwell).