Prosecutions And Fines For HMO Landlords

Prosecutions And Fines For HMO Landlords

A round up of recent HMO prosecutions and fines. Father and son landlords Sabbir and Asif Veshima were fined £750 for failing to licence an overcrowded house in multiple occupation (HMO) where 11 people were living. Magistrates at Stroud, Gloucestershire, heard that...
Couple Told To Pay CGT After Careless Return

Couple Told To Pay CGT After Careless Return

Property investors Amanda Dalgety and John Day tried to convince a tax tribunal that they had no capital gains tax to pay on selling three homes after HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) accused them of carelessly filling in their tax returns. Appealing the HMRC...

Fines And Penalties For Failing To Comply With HMO Duties

This entry is part 9 of 11 in the series House in Multiple Occupation (HMO)Failure to comply with the Management regulations or operating an unlicensed HMO can have serious financial consequences. Management of HMO Regulations 2006 Under The Management of Houses in...

When to Protect

This entry is part 2 of 9 in the series Protect / Unprotect a DepositA deposit must “as from the time it is received” be dealt with in accordance with an approved scheme [s.213(1) Housing Act 2004]. Note, in that sub-section, there is no 30 day time limit which is...

Draycott v Hannells 2010

Please note: if any case is on or after 6 April / 6 May 2012 this may not be reliable although some parts should remain useful. Thanks to Painsmith blog for bringing this to everyone’s attention. Draycott v Hannells Lettings Ltd [2010] EWHC 217 (QB) At the time...

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