'This is a superb reference book covering all aspects of housing law and any adviser or legal practitioner acquiring the book will have a complete housing resource at their disposal ... This book will be of immeasurable benefit to anyone who provides, or aims to provide, housing advice within [the voluntary and private] sectors.' --Adviser
'A wonderfully lucid, comprehensive and practical introduction to the principles of housing law. This book clears a path through the thickets of case-law and legislation and enables the reader to identify the rights and responsibilities of all kinds of residential occupier. No lawyer or adviser should be without it.' --John Gallagher, Shelter Legal Services
About the Author
Diane Astin is a senior lecturer at the University of Westminster and the Director of the Student Law Clinic. She has many years' experience of all aspects of housing litigation both in the private and voluntary sectors. She regularly trains and lectures in housing law, community care and asylum support for organisations including LAG, Shelter, Carers UK and the Refugee Council.