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PCN addressed to a Mr and not Ms, Split from hijacked thread
DEE72
post Tue, 4 Sep 2012 - 15:43
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Hi there

I have recieved a PCN addressed to a Mr and not Ms. It it valid? also the time they state the offence occurred is after the time shown on the pics taken from CCTV. Please help

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post Tue, 4 Sep 2012 - 18:15
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Post up pics of the document, please, so we can look and give an opinion. However, I suspect the Mr vs Ms argument is irrelevant, but the offence times may be crucial. From what you say, this is an offence detected by CCTV where there are a whole barrelfull of potential objections to a PCN's validity. Councils love CCTV enforcement as it's so cheap to use it for issuing shedloads of PCNs, so they do this regardless of the legal mandates they are liable to obey.
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Howard Uno
post Fri, 30 Nov 2018 - 16:58
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It generally doesn't make any difference at all.
It may just mean the DVLA have incorrectly entered 'Mr' on the keepers details.


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post Fri, 30 Nov 2018 - 18:31
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As well as posting the PCN also check the cars V5C document (log book). If that is correct I.e it has Ms xxx then I think this PCN could well be got out of.
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