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THE IMPLICATIONS OF BRENT LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL v SANJAY SHAH & OTHERS

Prospect have won a landmark ruling on the availability of confiscation proceedings brought under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 to convictions for offences involving rogue landlords running overcrowded, unsafe and insanitary Houses in Multiple Occupation under sections 95(2) and 234(3) of the Housing Act 2004.

The attached article by Edmund Robb examines the implications of this ruling in the context of the availability of confiscation pursuant to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 in relation to various criminal offences under the Housing Act 2004

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Edmund Robb (er@prospectlaw.co.uk) is a public law specialist barrister at Prospect Law with wide experience of planning, environmental and local government case work at public inquiries and at all levels in the Courts.

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