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Ariel
post Mon, 30 Oct 2017 - 21:23
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My Ex is still using my address for his licence and vehicles. He received a speeding ticket last month which I passed onto him, it would appear he has done nothing with it as I have received a reminder!

How long does it usually take from receiving the reminder to the police escalating it to the next step, which I am assuming is court??

I used to deal with everything like this for him and would fill the paperwork in and get him to sign it. As we have split up and things aren't particularly amicable I am not helping him, but am passing the mail on for him to deal with.

I have asked him to stop using my address but it is falling on deaf ears! ohmy.gif
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post Mon, 12 Mar 2018 - 11:17
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Or contact the police on 101 and tell them that you are concerned that your ex may be driving your child around while disqualified and uninsured. They will be able to check the insurance and licence status.


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notmeatloaf
post Mon, 12 Mar 2018 - 13:44
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QUOTE (southpaw82 @ Sun, 11 Mar 2018 - 22:25) *
Bearing in mind the above you might want to wind your neck in.

How can anyone say it is PCoJ without any further details? For all anyone knows he was living at the address at the time. Could have MH conditions like psychosis which affected his judgement.

If someone writes into the DVLA saying they are moving to the moon, and please direct correspondence there, would that also constitute PCoJ>

I think, with respect, posters need to be careful about throwing around fairly serious allegations on the basis of almost no information. We already know that in the case of third parties seeking advice there tends to be some degree of Chinese whispers in passing on advice. Bearing in mind Simon's post didn't make any reference to which offence he was referring to, it is playing with fire - and quite possibly likely to make the OP's partner dig a bit further into the sand.
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post Mon, 12 Mar 2018 - 13:46
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Mentioning PCOJ in the circumstances is completely justified.


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