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Landlord sentenced for abstracting electricity

PUBLISHED: 16:08 17 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:07 07 September 2010

A Hornsey landlord, who admitted to abstracting more than £90,000 worth of electricity, has been sentenced to nine months in prison. Harish Parmar, 50, pleaded guilty to five counts of abstracting electricity from premises that he owned across Haringey, a

A Hornsey landlord, who admitted to abstracting more than £90,000 worth of electricity, has been sentenced to nine months in prison.

Harish Parmar, 50, pleaded guilty to five counts of abstracting electricity from premises that he owned across Haringey, and asked for another 17 counts to be taken into consideration.

Today (Friday) he was sentenced to nine months in prison and ordered to repay the money lost by a number of suppliers.

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