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Municipalities And The Increasing Need For Low And Moderate Income Housing Sep 1971

Municipalities And The Increasing Need For Low And Moderate Income Housing

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Housing Inspectional Services On Housing Maintenance In The City Of Boston: A Preliminary Evaluation, Boston Urban Observatory, University Of Massachusetts Boston Jul 1971

The Impact Of Housing Inspectional Services On Housing Maintenance In The City Of Boston: A Preliminary Evaluation, Boston Urban Observatory, University Of Massachusetts Boston

Boston Urban Observatory Publications

This study is a preliminary evaluation of the relative impacts of various City policies and programs related to the enforcement of housing codes and to the maintenance and upgrading of the existing supply of housing. It analyzes code enforcement functions at both the level of central administration and field procedures. City departments covered by the study include Housing Inspection (HID), Building, and the environmental unit of Health and Hospitals. Also reviewed are newer approaches to housing code enforcement, including civil remedies and federally-assisted concentrated code enforcement projects.


Judicial Attitudes Toward Multiple-Family Dwellings: A Reappraisal Mar 1971

Judicial Attitudes Toward Multiple-Family Dwellings: A Reappraisal

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Redrafting Municipal Housing Codes, Barlow Burke Jan 1971

Redrafting Municipal Housing Codes, Barlow Burke

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

No abstract provided.


Compulsory Home Repair Laws, Maynard L. Graft Jr. Jan 1971

Compulsory Home Repair Laws, Maynard L. Graft Jr.

Cleveland State Law Review

In recent years legislative bodies at various levels of government have recognized the need for legally requiring the maintenance of housing at certain minimum standards. Such regulation has been deemed necessary because of the deterioration experienced by practically every major city in America. This deterioration causes a downward spiral usually resulting in complete blight in the deteriorating area. The first step toward blight is slight deterioration followed by neglect of repairs by owners and landlords (the latter neglect is an attempt to maintain a high return on investment, the former because of loss of faith in the quality of the …


Real Estate Finance: The Discount Point System And Its Effect On Federally Insured Home Loans, Edwin T. Hood, James A. Kushner Jan 1971

Real Estate Finance: The Discount Point System And Its Effect On Federally Insured Home Loans, Edwin T. Hood, James A. Kushner

Faculty Works

No abstract provided.