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YOUR debt collectors, oethrwise yes that’s fine.
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QUOTE (cabbyman @ Tue, 20 Nov 2018 - 17:39) *
But, if the land is covered by any sort of byelaw, it's not relevant land for PoFA.

Well no, it would have to be a relevant byelaw, a byelaw for not chewing gum wouldn’t mean it not relevant land!
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I think if the named driver didn’t reply you’d struggle to show harassment, they could argue they had a reasonably held belief it wasn’t a genuine nomination.
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Why did you get the card ref non delivery? NIPs are not normally sent signed for so I suspect it’s unrelated to the NIP.
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Do the edit again, it’s still not 100% safe.
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SIP can continue to mail you, they can use the excuse they believe the drivers details aren’t genuine, but it’s unlikley they would be dumb enough to try court when it would be easily defended.
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Always wait close to the permitted timeline for appealing, while your in a very good position it’s always worth spinning it towards the 6 month timeout.
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QUOTE (banana37 @ Tue, 20 Nov 2018 - 21:04) *
So to clarify my understanding, these are the possible outcomes from appealing to the PPC at day ~24:

* appeal successful, job done
* NTK does not happen at correct time, POPLA appeal successful, job done
* NTK happens in correct window, POPLA appeal not successful, what are the next steps here?

TIA

Why would your POPLA appeal fail, you have a lot more appeal points than ‘NTK does not happen in correct window’, you complied with what the signage said, add in standing, clearly unconscionable under the circumstances, and also attack the signage visibility and content.
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QUOTE (peterguk @ Tue, 20 Nov 2018 - 23:35) *
A summons, if issued.

It won’t, this would be resolved by a civil court claim (if it goes to court at all) not a magistrates criminal court summons (ignoring they are now not used for the vast majority of offences anyway).

While you should have done it a long time ago, complain to PALS (Patient Advisory and Liaison Service) at the hospital, there is specific government guidance to the NHS about patients not being penalised for genuine mistakes, if they won’t help you escalate to the CEO of the ‘trust’, and if that doesn’t help, ask your MP to remind them of the government guidance they are required to follow.
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Posted on: Mon, 19 Nov 2018 - 22:21


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Nothing wrong with it unless you are attempting to gain some form of advantage, which your not.
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Evidence of the crime is easy, witness and photo would be enough. Owner and RK can’t be prosecuted so not relevant, they would be relying on a driver to out themselves.
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Posted on: Mon, 19 Nov 2018 - 15:54


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QUOTE (cabbyman @ Mon, 19 Nov 2018 - 14:53) *
Sequel:

Is the parking event more than 6 months ago? No.

Play postal ping pong until 6 months is up. Fini.

Before expiry of 6 months:

Has TOC issued proceedings in magistrates? Yes.

Pay IF it’s actually a byelaw offence!

FTFY
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QUOTE (anon45 @ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 17:43) *
QUOTE (The Rookie @ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 16:39) *
QUOTE (Gary Bloke @ Fri, 16 Nov 2018 - 23:04) *
They say only the owner can be pursued - NO NO NO IT'S ONLY THE DRIVER!

It’s not what they say and YES YES YES it’s is what the Byelaws say, the the OWNER may (note MAY) be liable for a penalty, it doesn’t say anything about the driver being liable for the penalty, nor keeper or RK.

But that part of byelaw 14 is too vague to create actual owner liability (did Parliament really intend to make the likes of Motability and PCP lease firms liable for PPC penalties?) and, if it wasn't, it would in any case be ultra vires the enabling legislation (s 219 Transport Act 2000).


Agreed, doesn’t change the fact that what I said was right and what GB says was wrong though!

Only the driver can be summonsed, only the driver could be sued for a material loss (such as non payment), but the owner is the only one that could have a penalty, even though under the legistlation that’s impossible right now.
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The court don’t summon you, the police send a single justice procedure notice, so there is no summoning court.
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Posted on: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 19:10


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QUOTE (Trying2BHonest @ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 17:40) *
There is nothing that is his. Literally. Plus he is on disability benefit. As far as I know bailiffs have to pass him to a specialist team for benefit claimants no?

Not really relevant that nothing is his if your Mum decided to pay, if she stood her ground they would have to show it was his, where they made aware of his disability benefit status? If nit how do you expect them to know?
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QUOTE (DancingDad @ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 17:11) *
You are shunted at the rear and accept it was your fault. Why?

He says he was T-boned, not shunted from the rear?
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Posted on: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 17:23


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No, that’s clearly a letter to the PPC, your defence is to the court and contains legal defence points which that clearly does not.
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QUOTE (Gary Bloke @ Fri, 16 Nov 2018 - 23:04) *
They say only the owner can be pursued - NO NO NO IT'S ONLY THE DRIVER!

It’s not what they say and YES YES YES it’s is what the Byelaws say, the the OWNER may (note MAY) be liable for a penalty, it doesn’t say anything about the driver being liable for the penalty, nor keeper or RK.
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That was pretty much my line of thinking as well.
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Posted on: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 12:13


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More easy to understand how he didn’t see a train coming from the left, which as DD says it’s clear it was from the cars position and damage, but missing the lights/siren.......
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Posted on: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 - 08:54


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No, it goes to the registered keeper, as such it’s very likley gone to the CH company first and likely within the 14 days required.
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Posted on: Sat, 17 Nov 2018 - 22:43


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Your suggesting that having uncovered one address during their RD they should complete all RD to see if there is a better one, I strongly believe that’s not the intention of Parliament nor that a court would either.
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Posted on: Sat, 17 Nov 2018 - 22:41


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Are you the registered keeper with the correct address on the V5c registration document, it’s not a fleet, company or lease car, on finance (where the finance co only may be the registered keeper) and you’ve not only just bought the car or moved and updated the details?

A NIP this late (the first NIP needs to go to the registered keeper or driver who they have no way of knowing) almost certainly the second in a chain so before taking further you need to be sure that the first should have come to you.
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Because if you come by the information reasonably then there is no diligence required to keep looking, in your wholly inappropriate simile you are trying to determine something you don’t have, in this case if you reasonably believe you have it does reasonable diligence require you keep looking? I’d suggest not, hence my wording.
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Posted on: Sat, 17 Nov 2018 - 16:02


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Guy Martin has been accused of using a fake Irish driving licence, possibly with entitlements he doesn’t have on his UK licence, case currently adjourned.
https://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/news/loc...-martin-2230856
Most press reports seem to use the same basic text.
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