‘Illegal Subletting fine’ for Brent Estate Agency

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Breaking News -

With a false business address of Willesden High Road, Easy Let Agency was reported to have deceived landlords by leasing property with illegal subletting intentions according to Brent Council. The Brent estate agency has now received a large fine for the act of illegal subletting property.

Easy Let that operates under Focus Property Management Limited along with freelance estate agent Claudio Crisafulli were prosecuted for licensing and housing offences on January 25 & January 30th at Willesden Magistrates’ Court.

 

On January 25 Claudio Crisafulli was was fined £400 for his failure to licence the property and £400 for a breach of management regulations. He was also charged £40 in costs.

Easy Let company director Marcio Da Silva was also fined £2,000 for failure to licence and a further £2,000 for breach of management regulations. He was charged £1,670 in costs.

Co-director of Easy Let, Marcio Auriello Do Prado was fined £3,000 on January 25 for failure to licence and £3,000 for breach of management regulations alongside £1,670 fines.

In a separate hearing Focus Property Management Limited was made pay a total of £20,229 in fines for management regulation and licensing breaches for another rented property.

The full report was first released via residentiallandlord.com and can be viewed here: https://residentiallandlord.com/brent-estate-agency-receives-fine-illegal-subletting/

Author: Estate Agent Networking UK

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