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Mental Health and Disability Law Committee member Alex Ruck Keene discusses his experiences as a leading mental capacity barrister.
Landlords will no longer be able to evict tenants using section 21 notices in new plans announced by the government.
Ranjit Thaliwal, mental health law solicitor at Thaliwal & Veja Solicitors, discusses the importance of Time to Talk Day.
We have responded to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government consultation exploring the case for a specialist housing court.
The Law Society has said that mental health patients must be given greater choice and control when the outdated Mental Health Act 1983 is revised.
We have responded to an MHCLG consultation on making sure that social housing provides safe and secure homes.
Vulnerable adults would be put at risk if care homes were given increased responsibility for decisions about their liberty.
The Law Society does not believe the proposed Bill has sufficient safeguards and is not fit for purpose in its current form.
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.
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