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Law Society response to the CPRC consultation on proposals to clarify the process for enforcing suspended orders.
The Law Society’s Housing Law Committee recently responded to a consultation by the Welsh government on proposals to reform housing associations in Wales.
The Law Society recently responded to a government consultation on the housing white paper 'Fixing our broken housing market'.
The Law Society has recommended that the Welsh Assembly investigate the impact of two key pieces of housing legislation introduced in recent years.
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