Provision of information about housing allocationN.I.
39.—(1) The landlord shall publish a summary of its rules—
(a)for determining the order in which prospective tenants or occupiers of the landlord's dwelling-houses are to be granted tenancies or licences of those houses; and
(b)governing cases where secure tenants wish to move (whether or not by way of an exchange of dwelling-houses) to other dwelling-houses let under secure tenancies by that landlord or by another landlord.
(2) The landlord shall—
(a)maintain a set of the rules referred to in paragraph (1) and of the rules which it has laid down governing the procedure to be followed in allocating housing accommodation; and
(b)make such rules available for inspection at all reasonable hours without charge by members of the public—
(i)in the case of the Executive, at its district offices, and
(ii)in the case of a registered housing association, at its registered office.
(3) A registered housing association shall also send a copy of the rules referred to in paragraph (2)(a) to the Department.
(4) A copy of any summary published under paragraph (1) shall be furnished without charge, and a copy of any set of rules maintained under paragraph (2) shall be furnished on payment of a reasonable fee, to any member of the public who asks for one.
(5) At the request of any person who has applied to it for housing accommodation, the landlord shall make available to him, at all reasonable times and without charge, details of the particulars which he has given to the landlord about himself and his family and which the landlord has recorded as being relevant to his application for accommodation.