Tenancy fraud - which can include unlawful subletting, obtaining housing by deception, unlawful succession or non-residence - can deprive honest people of a home and cost taxpayers money.
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If you are found guilty of tenancy fraud, you can be imprisoned and must repay any money made from it, plus a fine. You will also permanently lose your security of tenure, meaning your property will be repossessed.