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With respect to Housing Act 1985 (HA 1985), the following notes derive from those printed in Halsbury's Statutes Vol 21 (2018 reissue), title Land, Tenancies and Housing:
‘Consolidation of the Housing ActsThis Act, together with the Housing Associations Act 1985 and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, consolidates several enactments relating to housing, and a few relating to the law of landlord and tenant, with amendments to give effect to recommendations of the Law Commissions made in their report on this consolidation (Law Com No 144) (Cmn
‘Consolidation of the Housing Acts
This Act, together with the Housing Associations Act 1985 and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, consolidates several enactments relating to housing, and a few relating to the law of landlord and tenant, with amendments to give effect to recommendations of the Law Commissions made in their report on this consolidation (Law Com No 144) (Cmn
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