Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

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BAILIFFS - The Law and Your Rights

Written by John Kruse, one of the leading experts on Bailiff Law, this consumer friendly guide is essential reading for anyone who comes into contact with a bailiff.

The book is easy to understand and clearly explains the rights a bailiff has, and also what they cannot do when collecting debts and repossessing goods etc.

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    Default DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    My oh got a new van in feb from a trader,not got new keeper part of v5c.
    Sent off for new v5c again as trader obviously not sent it off,only to receive a letter stating to change over new keeper details he has to pay £25.

    Has anyone else had this?


    New keepers details was sent to dvla in post,he never accepted vehicle without v5c. So who's fault is it? its certainly not his!!!

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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    Yep. Standard charge for a new V5C. Not DVLA's fault so why should it be free?

    Never accept a vehicle without the new keeper portion of the V5C.


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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    Not DVLA's fault so why should it be free?

    Never accept a vehicle without the new keeper portion of the V5C.
    New keepers details was sent to dvla in post,he never accepted vehicle without it.


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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    Quote Originally Posted by littledotty27 View Post
    New keepers details was sent to dvla in post,he never accepted vehicle without it.
    Why? To whom were they sent?

    What is supposed to happen is that both parties complete and sign the V5C. The RK gives the green portion of the new keeper and then sends off the remainder to DVLA.

    DVLA then send a new V5C to the new keeper.

    There is no requirement for the new keeper to send the green portion anywhere at all - it acts as a temporary V5 - unless the new V5 it not received; then the follow the process on the V62 and the £25 fee is waived.


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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    Which is what he has done,no v5c received so sent the v62 form off with new keepers details (green part) letter sent back stating

    From march 2004 dvla introduced a fee for an application for a registration certificate. Reason for this correspondence is stated below:
    The payment of £25 was not received with your application. Please return your application with a cheque or potal order made payable to dvla in the enclosed envelope.



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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    Quote Originally Posted by littledotty27 View Post
    Which is what he has done,no v5c received so sent the v62 form off with new keepers details (green part) letter sent back stating
    Quite simply they are wrong.

    This links tot he downloadable V62 - see the first bullet point under section D.

    When you sent it off, you should have ticked 'no' in the black box in section 2 and entered the date on which you acquired the vehicle; Ticked the first box in section 3; ticked the second box in section 4.

    You must, as you stated you did, send the green new keeper's slip with the form.

    If you did all that, I would write back and tell them that no fee is payable because section D applies


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    Default Re: DVLA want £25 for new V5C

    From the DVLA V62:
    "You do not have to pay a fee in the following circumstances.
    • If you are the new keeper and the previous keeper failed to tell us
    about the change, you must have the New keeper’s details section
    (V5C/2) from the V5C and send it to us with this application form."

    Also got a email reply from DVLA stating that as long as you have the V5C/2 you can just send that along the v62 for getting a new V5C at no cost...



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