Friday, August 17, 2012

He is a baddy. Oh, no he isn’t, BECAUSE he is a landlord who needed the car to collect rent!

Landlord/Estate Agent jailed after framing innocent tenant for speeding

Parvez falsely said Mr Maher - who paid rent at one of Parvez' properties - was driving at the time. In mitigation, the defence layer said: 'At the time of the offence, he had nine points on his licence and he needed his licence for for his employment (that being collecting rent, I guess)."

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3 thoughts on “He is a baddy. Oh, no he isn’t, BECAUSE he is a landlord who needed the car to collect rent!

  • “Of Colne Rd, Burnley” says lots. But what about our police and criminal justice system? You mean I can make this stuff up needing only a date of birth and a phone number) and I could get away with it? In this case he was ‘obviously asian’ and had his company name slapped across the picture; but what if it didn’t?

    A bit like postal votes — sounds like too easy a scam to me.

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  • I love that the Mail won’t use the word ‘tenant’ in the story title.

    Instead they use the less emotionally charged term ‘client’. Because now that the poor estate agent, with nowhere left to turn, has panicked and done a bad thing it’s legally his fault, but not morally. And that’s the Mails job – regardless of what UK law thinks, theirs is the moral compass and that estate agent is guilty in the eyes of the law but you know, it’s just business with his ‘client’.

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  • Is the tenant a client of the agent? I thought the agent’s client was the landlord.
    I hate giving my personal information to estate agents – I’ve been getting texts and calls from Endsleigh this week. They want to sell me contents insurance. Looks like the estate agent gave them my details.

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