Fit for human habitation

Fit for human habitation

There is an implied covenant in every lease at a low rent to ensure any dwelling let is fit for human habitation. It has been observed that the rent limits are out of date and that a new definition of low rent is needed. [Quick v Taff-Ely Borough Council [1986] Q.B....

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