A buy-to-let landlord has been found guilty of failing to comply with a notice from Bradford Council ordering him to improve the property he owned in Bradford.
Mohammed Majeen Khan was fined £2,500 and ordered to pay costs - a total of £3,490 – for failing to repair his buy-to-let property in Great Horton, BD7, which had a leaking roof.
When Bradford Council officers visited the property on June 26 2018 they also found a number of other issues, including no working fire alarm system, the absence of any linked smoke detectors, and an inadequate number of working electrical sockets.
There were also other issues, including cupboards missing doors and the property was found to be a generally poor state.
The landlord failed to carry out the necessary work, leaving Bradford Council with no alternative but to take action against Khan.
The landlord was found guilty at court in his absence.