The Almshouse Residents Action Group is a non-profit organisation formed in accordance with the laws of England and in pursuance of inter alia Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The purpose and intent of the Group is to campaign for the upgrading of almshouse licenses to secure tenancies and thereby to deliver beneficiaries from the iniquities inherent in the autocratic unaccountability of trustees.
The Group does not purport to give legal advice and cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage incurred by any person acting upon any opinion or other information promulgated by the Group on this website or elsewhere.
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The Group is a web presence only and must remain so for as long as an almshouse license remains a license to intimidate.
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