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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.
We remind you of the Help to Buy ISA scheme requirements in relation to bonuses.
Assisted dying will be the topic of debate at the launch of the Law Society's 2012 Public Debate Series in partnership with Huffington Post UK.
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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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