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The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin)

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The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin). / Meers, Jed.

In: Journal of Housing Law, 01.08.2019, p. 118.

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Meers, J 2019, 'The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin)', Journal of Housing Law, pp. 118.

APA

Meers, J. (2019). The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin). Journal of Housing Law, 118.

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Meers J. The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin). Journal of Housing Law. 2019 Aug 1;118.

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Meers, Jed. / The Resistible Rise of Discretionary Housing Payments: Rehoune v London Borough of Islington [2019] EWHC 371 (Admin). In: Journal of Housing Law. 2019 ; pp. 118.

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