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STUDENT HOMES WERE ILLEGAL.

TWO landlords who ran students' flats without licences were fined at Liverpool Magistrates Court.

Louis Silverbeck, 68, of Queens Drive, Wavertree, pleaded guilty to operating a House in Multiple Occupation without a licence and was fined pounds 1,500 and ordered to pay the city council pounds 2,300 costs.

Environmental health officers visited a three-storey house in Rutland Avenue in January. They found it was occupied by six students.

Another illegal student house was found in Jubilee Drive, Kensington.

Anthony Mould, 48, of Kings Norton, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to operating a House in Multiple Occupation and two offences relating to management breaches. He was fined pounds 750 for the licensing offence and pounds 100 on each of the other two counts. He was ordered to pay the city council pounds 2,000 towards costs.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 17, 2012
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