Homeless Persons Act.
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Homeless Persons Act.

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Published by Legal Action Group in London .
Written in English


  • Great Britain.

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SeriesLaw and practice guides -- no.5
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13713329M

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(Homeless Persons) Act: Westminster, Whitehall, and the Homelessness Lobby Abstract The Housing (Homeless Persons) Act provided the first statutory definition of homelessness. This article examines who should be credited with inspiring the legislation. This article shows that the homelessness lobby, co-ordinating their. The Act defined which groups of homeless people were considered to have a ‘priority need’ and therefore might be owed a statutory duty to be secured settled accommodation by local authorities. This is commonly referred to as the ‘main homelessness duty’. The Act ushered in a transformative legal change for many homeless people but also created. Homelessness and threatened homelessness. 1. Homeless persons and persons threatened with homelessness. 2. Priority need for accommodation. 3. Preliminary duties of housing authorities in cases of possible homelessness, etc. 4. Duties of housing authorities to homeless persons and persons threatened with homelessness. 5. housing act, AN ACT TO AMEND AND EXTEND THE HOUSING ACTS, TO , TO AMEND THE VAGRANCY ACT, , AND THE CITY AND COUNTY MANAGEMENT (AMENDMENT) ACT, , AND TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN OTHER MATTERS IN RELATION TO HOUSING AND IN RELATION TO THE DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGES.

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