Housing law is a niche area of law and as a result, practitioners often struggle to source high-quality, cost-effective housing law courses. To meet this demand, Datalaw now offer a small collection of housing law training courses, which are delivered by Datalaw favourite, 36 Civil barrister Rachel Coyle.
Housing law course Unlawful Eviction and Harassment - General Principles will consider how the Protection from Eviction Act 1977 operates in practice and will ensure that viewers understand the difference between leases and licences. Viewers will also receive guidance on how the Housing Act 1988 can assist when valuing damages under sections 27 and 28.
For those seeking guidance on how to challenge prohibition orders successfully, Rachel’s aptly named housing law course Challenging Prohibition Orders will provide viewers with invaluable advice with reference to the relevant sections of Part 1 Housing Act 2004, The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) (England) Regulations 2005 and HHRSR Enforcement Guidance issued in February 2006.
Forthcoming title Housing and Planning Act 2016 – An Overview is ideal for paralegals, legal executives and trainees who are new to housing law and require an overview of this key piece of legislation. This course will also appeal to junior landlord and tenant practitioners.
For those wishing to remain up to date with homelessness legislation, our new title Homelessness Case Law Update will be invaluable for practitioners of all levels. This course is currently in development and is due to be uploaded to the website shortly.
Accessible for a period of 12-months using any internet connected device, our housing law courses are perfect for those seeking to complete housing law training online via distance learning.
Keywords: Housing law courses distance learning
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