Tenancy in UK Law

  • Notices to Quit, Protective legislation and the Joint Tenancy Doctrine
    • Nbr. 48-4, July 1985
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Renovations in lieu of rent in Spanish tenancy law
    • Nbr. 10-2, December 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 140-153
    Purpose: In the context of difficulties in access to housing, the Spanish Act 4/2013 introduced a new article 17.5 into the Act on Urban Leases 1994 (LAU). This paper regulates the so-called renova...
  • Comment: A Critical Assessment of Assured Shorthold Tenancies
    • Nbr. 2-1, January 2012
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Louise Cheung
    • 53-58
    This article looks at how an assured shorthold tenancy (under the HA 1988, as amended by the HA 1996) is created and can be brought to an end. It critically comments on the extent of security of te...
    ......Comment: A Critical Assessment of Assured Shorthold Tenancies . Louise Cheung . This article looks at how an assured shorthold tenancy (under the HA 1988, as amended by the HA 1996) is created and can be brought to an end. It critically comments on the extent of security of tenure ......
  • Agrarian Structure and Peasant Autonomy
    • Nbr. 7-3, September 1970
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article deals with the agrarian structure and autonomy of peasants, with a view to ac counting for some conditions of peasant mobilization in Latin America. Autonomy is conceived ...
    ...... They always assume that sharecropper and tenancy systems under landlord control makes autonomy com- pletely absent. The problem of mobil- ization is then seen from the angle of ......
  • Do tenants pay energy efficiency rent premiums?
    • Nbr. 32-4, July 2014
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 333-351
    Purpose: – Using a unique data set, the purpose of this paper is to test the hypothesis that tenants pay increased accommodation costs for space in energy efficient office property. Design/methodo...
    ......Six factors – tenancy floorlevel, submarket location, proximity to transit, market fixed effects, building quality specificationand, surprisingly, outgoings liability – ......
  • The Localism Act 2011: The Hollow Housing Law Revolution
    • Nbr. 77-6, November 2014
    • The Modern Law Review
    In November 2011, the Localism Act was passed and, on one view, reflects the widest‐ranging reforms to housing law for over a half century. Ambitious in its stated aims, the legislation was trailed...
    ...... examines the central changes introduced by the 2011 Act as they pertain specifically to housing law in England, namely the new flexible tenancy regime, the changes to homelessness duties under Part VII of the Housing Act 1996 and the reforms concerning the allocation of social housing. The ......
  • Reviewing a Homeless Program in Tasmania
    • Nbr. 16-3, September 2016
    • Evaluation Journal of Australasia
    The aim of the Oakleigh Accommodation Service (Oakleigh) review, undertaken in late 2013, was to analyse service activities, including staff work hours, rosters and client episodes, to inform recom...
    ......However, the review identied areas needing improvement in terms of teamwork, program planning, vehicle usage, access to tenancy information and after-care support. A key recommendation was the redrafting of the sta roster to achieve consistency across the two sites, ......
  • Developing high relational support services for individuals with long term mental health needs: scheme description and service evaluation
    • Nbr. 16-1, February 2012
    • Mental Health and Social Inclusion
    • 31-40
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe a not‐for‐profit (third sector) social care facility designed to provide tenancy and high‐relational support and report an initial multi‐method eva...
    ......MaggsAbstractPurpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a not-for-profit (third sector) social care facilitydesigned to provide tenancy and high-relational support and report an initial multi-method evaluation ofservice inputs (what staff provide/facilitate); tenant outcomes; and ......
  • Intergroup Conflict in the Southern Philippines: An Empirical Analysis
    • Nbr. 14-4, December 1977
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This study explores the utility of social-psychological factors, inferred from aggregate or ecological data, which had brought about (or depressed) the emergence of intergroup violence between Musl...
    ...... of violence, namely: relative deprivation, Muslim displacement, size of Muslim population, rate of uneducated population, and tenancy. The remainder were considered inhibitors, namely: size of Christian population, land ownership, and farm population. Some ......
  • Tenancies and Estoppel ‐ After Bruton v London& Quadrant Housing Trust
    • Nbr. 63-3, May 2000
    • The Modern Law Review
    ....... . [I]t is not the estoppel which creates the tenancy, but the tenancy which creates the estoppel’. With these words 1 in Bruton v London & Quadrant Housing Trust , Lord Hoffmann has challenged ......
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