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The Law Society has responded to the Tribunal Procedure Committee's proposal to abolish pre-hearing medical examinations (PHEs).
Housing has rarely had so high a profile as it has now. Rosemary Keczkes, Chair of the Law Society’s Housing Law Committee, outlines some current and upcoming issues, and how the Law Society is responding.
The state must protect vulnerable people from being deprived of their liberty without proper legal safeguards, the Law Society of England and Wales said following a stinging ruling in the Court of Protection.
People detained for mental health problems need legislation that protects them better, the Law Society of England and Wales said in its evidence to the independent review of the Mental Health Act 1983 (the Act).
The Law Society has responded to the government’s Independent Review of the Mental Health Act 1983.
The law around mental capacity can be confusing. Get legal support you can rely on.
The Law Society's Housing Law Committee has submitted its views to the Welsh Government on its consultation on Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 - Fitness for human habitation.
The Law Society's Housing Law Committee recently responded to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) consultation on a Homelessness Code of Guidance for Local Authorities.
Promising announcements on new housing development and cuts to stamp duty land tax announced in today’s budget will be greeted warmly by solicitors and the public alike, the Law Society of England and Wales said today.
Law Society response to the CPRC consultation on proposals to clarify the process for enforcing suspended orders.
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The Mental Health and Disability Committee and the Housing Law Committee are part of the Law Society's Legal Affairs and Policy Board.The committees work to develop Law Society policy and promote improvements in practice and legal services.
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