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Rental Housing: the current legal framework in England

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Rental Housing : the current legal framework in England. / Hunter, Caroline Margaret; Meers, Jed Graham.

In: Revista Electronica de Direito, Vol. 3, 24.10.2017, p. 1-20.

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Hunter, CM & Meers, JG 2017, 'Rental Housing: the current legal framework in England', Revista Electronica de Direito, vol. 3, pp. 1-20.

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Hunter, C. M., & Meers, J. G. (2017). Rental Housing: the current legal framework in England. Revista Electronica de Direito, 3, 1-20.

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Hunter CM, Meers JG. Rental Housing: the current legal framework in England. Revista Electronica de Direito. 2017 Oct 24;3:1-20.

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Hunter, Caroline Margaret ; Meers, Jed Graham. / Rental Housing : the current legal framework in England. In: Revista Electronica de Direito. 2017 ; Vol. 3. pp. 1-20.

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