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Parish notices

Our friends at the LAPG have reminded us that the All Party Parliamentary Group on Legal Aid meets on Wednesday 24 November in Committee Room 14 of the House of Commons between 2 and 4 pm. The speaker will be Jonathan Djangoly MP, Minister for Courts and...

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Power to the people!

NL doesn't have a vote in the New York gubernatorial election but, if we did, we'd probably cast it for the "Rent is Too Damn High" party. The performance of Jimmy McMillan in the recent gubernatorial debates has become something of a Youtube hit (available...

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Overstepping the mark

Wandsworth LBC v Watson, Court of Appeal, Oct 12, 2010 - Lawtel note only This was an unopposed appeal by Wandsworth against a decision of a recorder on a s.204 appeal. Ms Watson applied to Wandsworth for assistance under Part 7, Housing Act 1996. She...

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Quango culling

The BBC has a leaked list of quangos that - potentially - the government is planning/considering to abolish. Of interest to housing lawyers: (a) the Audit Commission (abolish and transfer); (b) National Tenant Voice (abolished - not sure about that, I...

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Money well spent?

The DCLG has published a breakdown of the expenditure of the sums expended by it - and various other bodies (HCA, TSA, Leasehold Advisory Service) from April 6, 2009 - April 5, 2010. It's all downloadable (as Excel files) from the DCLG website, here. Of...

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