In 2004, following widespread public outrage, at the manner in which many unscrupulous landlords were treating their tenants, who were all living in shared accommodation properties, the 2004 Housing Act was introduced. The objective of that Act was to introduce mandatory HMO (House of Multiple Occupancy) Certification, for all residential properties, with more than 4 rentable bedrooms, a Local Authority status of multiple tenancy, and where the tenants were from at least two separate households.

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In the following activity, this was no mistake. This was a deliberate criminal conspiracy, not just to get the borrower to unintentionally to enter a contract to purchase an unlicensed HMO, but also, by getting them to accept an illegal vendor gifted deposit ( proven by the SRA, in 2010 dự án tnr long khánh, of being dishonestly concealed from the lender, not by the borrower, but by their conveyancer, not once, but in at least 452 occasions, this was used in an attempt to put all the blame on the borrower as being guilty of mortgage fraud.

On top of that, the Mortgage Security Value (MSV), was, in many cases, proven from us seeing nearly 100 such MSV’s, done on a deliberate breach of contract by the borrower, against the lender, as having been fraudulently estimated on a commercial basis, which the lender, after seeing this MSV report, knowingly used as if it was the REAL MSV.

When the lender, after many complaints from affected borrowers, eventually took successful legal action, in many cases, for professional negligence against both the valuer and the conveyancer involved, instead of writing off those fraudulent contracts, and including in their High Court claim, the cost returning those affected borrowers to the financial status they would have enjoyed had they not been deceived into entering a contract containing at least 1 false instrument, the lender accepted an arbitrary, out of court settlement, that they then used to reduce the alleged mortgage shortfall.

But the real issue here, was the fact that in most cases, as most properties had more than 4 bedrooms, and a local authority status of multiple tenancy (proved by at least 90 fraudulent GMAC commercial valuations, presented to the lenders as if they were the real msv), these properties were sold, either fully tenanted, or with a vendor rental guarantee payable for up to 6 months, each of these properties, due to the 2004 Housing Act, without mandatory HMO certification, were not only illegally tenanted, they were also criminally sold to an unsuspecting landlord.

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