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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    sorry tthat was my bad
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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    I rang marstons again yesterday in a last ditch attempt to come to an arrangement and was told it needs to be paid in full and I need to speak to tgd bailiff direct.
    I emphasised the fact my son has no assets, lives at home no job but in full time education and the lady told me they would still pursue.

    Am I right in saying I can go back to marstons then and say that because my son is 17 they cannot enforce the debt and I can quote that this?

    Is there such a letter I can send to marstons and SBC quoting that this is illegal and they cannot enforce the debt!
    I seem to be banging my head against a brick wall at the moment all of the info given is fantastic but they will not agree to anything.
    I need something to slap them with!
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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    Have you called the Traffic Enforcement Centre to find out the status of the Out of Time application that was made?


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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    Yes I rang them yesterday and the decision was made to continue with enforcement on 3rd May, we were not informed although a letter was apparently posted.


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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    Just imagine how many unpaid debts there would be from motoring offences etc if enforcement could not take place. No 17 year old in his right mind would pay parking tickets, go up and down one way streets - in other words put two fingers up to the world.

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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    Quote Originally Posted by Savanannah77 View Post
    I rang marstons again yesterday in a last ditch attempt to come to an arrangement and was told it needs to be paid in full and I need to speak to tgd bailiff direct.
    I emphasised the fact my son has no assets, lives at home no job but in full time education and the lady told me they would still pursue.

    Am I right in saying I can go back to marstons then and say that because my son is 17 they cannot enforce the debt and I can quote that this?

    Is there such a letter I can send to marstons and SBC quoting that this is illegal and they cannot enforce the debt!
    I seem to be banging my head against a brick wall at the moment all of the info given is fantastic but they will not agree to anything.
    I need something to slap them with!
    Thanks all

    Pointless talking to them on the phone as they will not deviate from their script. Don't ask - tell them what they will get, you are the one in control.

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    Default Re: Marston Enforcement agent for SBC PCN against a 17yr old

    Quote Originally Posted by dx100uk View Post
    sorry tthat was my bad
    I tried to sort the linkfor you and iit looks like it didn't attach again.

    here the link you posted
    http://researchbriefings.files.parli...32/SN07032.PDF
    Thank you for trying dx100uk. The URL still does not work-one way of seeing it is to type each individual word into the search box. However I have at last managed to copy the relevant entry from the House of Commons libraryicon sheet-
    [COLOR="red"] Under the age of 18 a person cannot be held responsible for any debt that they owe. If an under 18 year old enters into an unenforceable contract and refuses to pay, the court may order them to return the goods or property received. /COLOR]

    Furthermore in the Taking Control of Goodsicon Act 2013 it states
    Circumstances in which the enforcement agent may not take control of goods



    10.—(1) The enforcement agent may not take control of goods of the debtor where—

    (a)

    the debtor is a child;


    It is also the case that except where a parent has signed as guarantor, a parent is not liable for their children's debts.

    It would appear therefore Savannah that bailiffs should not be chasing your son. He has not the money and they cannot take control of his goods by Law. And they should not try and take your goods to pay the debt either.
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