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rent tribunal

rent tribunal

WINDSOR-AUBREY, Henry Miles (1901 - 1986), Puisne Judge, Supreme Court, Ghana, from 1949, retired; Chairman: Industrial Tribunal; Rent Tribunal; Rent Assessment Panel

HAINES, Cyril (Henry) (1895 - 1988), Chairman, South West London Rent Tribunal, 1962–66

PARSEY, Edward Moreland (1900 - 1976), Vice-President, London Rent Assessment Panel, 1966–72; Chairman, Paddington, St Marylebone and Westminster Rent Tribunals, 1964–72

SYMES, (Lilian) Mary (1912 - 2005), Clerk to Justices, 6 Divisions in Suffolk, 1943–74; Chairman, Norfolk and Suffolk Rent Tribunal, 1974–83

SHUTLER, (Ronald) Rex (Barry) (born 1933), Chairman, Leasehold Valuation Tribunal and Rent Assessment Panel, 1994–2001 (Vice President, 1994–99)

GALLACHER, William (1876 - 1951), JP; Member of Council, Scottish Industrial Estates Ltd; Member, Executive Council, State Medical Service, Lanarkshire; Lanarkshire Rents Tribunal, 1943, etc

MARCUS, Michael (1894 - 1960), Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple; Chairman Finsbury, Shoreditch Rent Tribunal, October 1946–October 1952

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

SKINNER, C(harles) William (1895 - 1971), Barrister-at-Law; DL; JP; Chairman of Edmonton Petty Sessional Division and of Enfield, Tottenham and Wood Green Courts, 1949–65; Chairman of Westminster, Chelsea and Holborn Rent Tribunal since constituted, 1946, and of West London Tribunal, 1958–62

 

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A tribunal to whom the determination of the rent properly payable under a restricted contract may be referred. Rent tribunals also have power to grant limited security of tenure, but only if the contract was made before the commencement of the Housing Act 1980. Until that Act they were distinctly constituted bodies, but their functions are now carried out by rent assessment committees sitting as rent tribunals. No new restricted contracts can be made since the passing of the Housing Act 1988.

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