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    Tenants took my electricity meter

    Hi im a landlord and need some advice as to what i can do in this situation

    i had tenants at my property for about 6 months in 2006 since then it has been empty .....

    i've only just realised that my electricity pre payment meter seal is missing and it is connected direct and not to the meter...

    ive spoken to some people and they said to me it could land me with a heavy fine and/or jail... im unable to trace the tenants down...

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    by Perce

    I have copied the sentence below :

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  • Transferring PO to the High Court
    by Perce
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    by nreid
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    by OS7
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    by Hudson01
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