Quiet Enjoyment

Quiet Enjoyment : Arden and Partington's Guide to Remedies for Harassment and Illegal Eviction

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Quiet Enjoyment is concerned with the rights of occupiers of residential property to live undisturbed in their homes and the legal remedies available when their peace is threatened. This book aims to provide lawyers and other advisers with a practical guide to the law, so that the relevant legal issues may be more easily understood. In addition, particularly with assistance from non-lawyers in mind, it offers an outline of relevant court procedures and seeks to demonstrate how the legal system can be made to operate for the benefit of the occupier. The book is divided into two parts:Civil proceedings covering causes of action and remedies: damages, awards of compensation for loss, distress and discomfort and injunctions; county court procedure - with practical examples for preparation of documents, in particular for emergency orders and Criminal proceedings - covering the Protection from Eviction Act (PEA) 1977 and Protection from Harassment Act (PHA) 1997, as well as offences which a landlord can commit under the Criminal Law Act (CLA) 1977.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 296 pages
  • 148 x 210 x 10mm
  • Legal Action Group
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Revised
  • 7th Revised edition
  • 190840714X
  • 9781908407146
  • 2,384,858

Review quote

'It maintains its position as the essential handbook for this area of practice.' NLJ Book Review Supplement 'Provides an up-to-date and practical guide to advising the victims of unlawful eviction and harassment.' ODPM - Housing Signpost 'A very useful book for all who practise in the area of housing law.' Landlord-Lawshow more

About Andrew Arden

Andrew Arden QC is head of Arden Chambers, London. Rebecca Chan and Sam Madge-Wyld are barristers at Arden Chambers, London.show more