Unlicensed builder cops $11,000 fine

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Unlicensed builder cops $11,000 fine
Summary: 
An unlicensed builder who accepted substantial deposits from consumers for work he either didn’t start or made little progress on has been fined $11,000 and ordered to repay more than $11,000 to customers he left in the lurch.

27 year old Andrew James Laundy appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court this week, after pleading guilty to carrying on business as a building work contractor without a licence and four counts of breaches of the Australian Consumer Law.

Media release: Unlicensed builder cops $11,000 fine (PDF 88KB)