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Housing Law in Scotland

LEGAL SOURCES OF HOUSING RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

The Right to Housing: Law, Concepts, Possibilities. By Jessie Hohmann

Jessie Hohmann, The Right to Housing: Law, Concepts and Possibilities

Elevated risk of high blood pressure: climate and the inverse housing law

Part Two The California Constitution and Commentary, Art.XXXIV Public Housing Project Law

RUSSO, Peter (George) (born 1899), JP; Barrister-at-Law; Minister of Housing and Economic Development, Gibraltar Council, 1964–68

Protecting the Right to Housing in the Aftermath of Natural Disaster: Standards in International Human Rights Law

PRESTON, David Michael (born 1952), mediator and law consultant; Partner, Hosack & Sutherland, Solicitors, Oban, 1978–2005; Chairman: Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland, since 2005; Private Rented Housing Panel, since 2011; Home Owners Housing Panel, since 2012

Guinness, Bryan Walter (1905 - 1992), poet and novelist; Vice-Chairman of Arthur Guinness, Son and Co., 1949–79, retired (Director, 1934–79); Trustee: Iveagh (Housing) Trust, Dublin; Guinness (Housing) Trust, London; barrister-at-law

ALLAN, Charles Edward (1861 - 1929), Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, Director London Labourers’ Dwellings Society; late Hon. Secretary Mansion House Council on Health and Housing

CLARKE, John Joseph (1879 - 1969), barrister-at-law, of Gray’s Inn and Northern Circuit; Legal Member, Town Planning Institute; Hon. Research Associate in Law of Housing and Planning, University of London, since 1966; Lecturer in Local Government and Law of Land, Kingston-upon-Thames and Greater London Council; Examiner to Inc. Rating and Valuation Association, Building Societies’ Institute, and Town Planning Institute

 

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A range of national laws and local ordinances intended mainly to protect the lives and health of the occupants of dwellings, especially communal dwellings such as tenements and lodging houses, that set out specific requirements on fire safety, ventilation, sanitation, kitchen hygiene, bedroom occupancy, etc. The details vary according to the jurisdiction.

Subjects: Law — Public Health and Epidemiology.


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