A person is guilty of an offence1 if he:
(1) demands or accepts money in consideration of registering, or undertaking to register, the name or requirements of any person seeking the tenancy of a house2; or
(2) demands or accepts money in consideration of supplying, or undertaking to supply to any person addresses or other particulars of houses to let3; or
(3) issues any advertisement, list or other document describing any house as being to let without the authority of the owner or his agent4.
No offence is committed by a person who demands or accepts, from the owner of
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