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  1. Hi there, I'm new to this forum looking for any kind of advice. Important info - I passed my test on 17th March 2016 and received my license on 31st March 2016. I was sent a letter in the post on 21st March 2018 with a speeding offence (46 on 40) letter to provide driver details. I sent this back on the 23rd March with the form filled (i took a picture of this) along with a letter explaining how terribly sorry I was. Cringe, I know. I moved house on the 4th April 2018, and with not receiving anything more I thought nothing of it. (I had changed my Tax and Insurance, but not my
  2. Hi This is my first post as I am really at a loss. In February my boyfriend got caught twice within 2 weeks speeding, once 36 in a 30 and then 42 in a 30. He had recently started a new job on the other side of the city so wasn’t great with timings, not an excuse but still. The owner of his car (his mum) received the letters regarding naming the driver which my boyfriend filled in and sent back. This was in March. Then in mid-July he received a letter from the magistrates court saying he had an £846 fine and 6 points (!!!) but he didn’t read the lett
  3. Hi, my name is Vanessa. Can please anyone give me some guidance regarding this problem that I'm going through? Please see the full story below: Last year I went to London and parked my car. I didn't have any change with me, so used the application "Pay by Phone" to pay for the whole morning car park. 12£. When I got back to the car, I had a penalty notice on the windscreen. I came home and I was sure that I had paid for it, so I appealed for it online. I thought this "paybyphone" app was something new and that the officer maybe didn't check my car plate online.
  4. Getting ready for the Customs Declaration Service READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/getting-ready-for-the-customs-declaration-service
  5. In September 2016, the government set up the HMCTS Historic Debt Team as a pilot scheme to recover outstanding court fines that had remained unpaid for a period of up to 10 years. In many cases, the reason for the fines not being recovered had been due to individuals moving address etc. In March 2017, the government announced that since its launch, the HMCTS National Compliance and Enforcement Service had recovered ‘significant sums’ and as a consequence; the Historic Debt Team expanded their tracing activities to recover outstanding court fines over 10 years old. Every day I recei
  6. A knitting pattern book ?? http://cag.tw/2032 I took a screen shot of this, I couldn't believe it. "Not for sale to persons under the age of 18" I wonder what is so dangerous or shocking - sadly this item doesn't allow you to 'look inside'.
  7. Hi guys, my daughter had my car on holiday and overstayed her allotted 60 mins in a McD's car park, South Hayes by 25 mins. Because of this I received a parking charge notice for £100, discounted to £50 if I pay within 14 days. I live in Scotland and I am not too familiar with English Law so can someone please tell me if I have to inform them legally who was driving the vehicle? They quote paragraphs 9(2)(b) and 9(2)(f) of Schedule 4 of The Protection of Freedoms Act telling me that the driver of the vehicle has to pay this charge and that if I don't tell them who was driving then the
  8. The following story has been heavily reported in the media this week: A 20-year-old student has been fined a staggering £562 for a £2.20 journey after she was caught with the wrong ticket. Parys Lanlehin was caught using a return train ticket on the wrong day - and going in the wrong direction - on June 4, 2014. The University of Nottingham student was issued with a £20 penalty ticket on the Nottingham to Beeston train, but the court heard it was never paid. Lanlehin, of Walthamstow, London, then signed a declaration stating she was unaware of legal proceedings taki
  9. Story so far: Three days ago I received a Further steps notice from Thames Valley Magistrates saying I owed £922.50. I had no idea what this was about, but discovered (on ringing them) it was for non-payment of car tax (or driving an untaxed vehicle, it's not clear precisely). This was a total surprise as I thought I was taxed and up to date. However, it turned out I had indeed forgotten to pay (18 months ago!), and what compounded it was that I moved house (Dec 2014) and didn't update my log book. (I did update the address on my driving licence, and didn't think I needed to do anything
  10. Hi all, been a while since I signed on for JSA. I'm about a week late declaring a final payment from my (own) company, how serious is this? On another note, last I heard you didn't have to permit the JC to access your UJM account - is this still the case??
  11. Hopefully somebody can help me too. Received letter stating that the wages total I had declared was £1600 less than it actually was. I received the letter on the 5th and my date for reply was 6th! I was so I credibly dumb to not declare my full wages. The letter says if I agree with their facts, I don't need to do anything. Is this the best course of action for now? i would rather they say pay everything back and stop any benefits they see fit to. I'll be skint but able to sleep. What happens next? Am I likley to
  12. Hi everybody i was wondering if anybody could help i have debt problems which are solely my own and live with my partner my partner is extremely worried about her possessions been taken and wants to do a statutory declaration to state what she owns. She has receipts and credit card bills as proof for many items but a couple of things she does not as they were birthday and Christmas gifts would putting these items in a statutory declaration cover her for this?. Also does anybody know any good Statutory declaration templates for proof of ownership?
  13. Hi, I hope someone can help. My bankruptcy will be discharged in September and my file has been passed over to the LTADT. The query is that although I hold a 'declaration of trust' on a property that my ex-husband bought 14 years ago, I have paid nothing towards the mortgage or upkeep of that house and the OR has now put a charge on it. I never wanted to buy this property which is why I wasn't put on the mortgage, it is solely for my ex-husband. We had the trust drawn up on the advice of our solicitor at the time just in case it ever became my ho
  14. Hi all On the 8/11/2013 i received a notice of distress warrant from collectica informing me that i had 14 days to pay 415 pounds for an unpaid court fine i knew nothing about. I called them and managed to elicit a court reference for Thames magistrates court in London. The offense being owning a vehicle that was not insured and the date of hearing 12/9/2013. It was for a car i sold in sept 2012 to an "friend" just prior to going on holiday and i filled in the logbook part i needed and he was to complete his part then send it off. In July i received a bailiffs w
  15. Hi Guys Not sure if anyone can advise on this but here goes anyway.Daughter signed a Declaration of trust with her partner when they purchased a house. This was for the money he put into the purchase and was from the sale of his previous home. Now 4 years later they are married with a son and appear to be splitting up. Does anyone know if the afore mentioned "Declaration of Trust" is still binding or would the change of circumstances have any effect. Also what is the position with child support, I have been told there is a percentage per child reducing with each one, does this reduction
  16. Hi people just thought I would ask what you think of this. on 10/10/2011 I bought a clio 2001 from a guy in auto trader advert said he was a trader car was not sold as seen or anything anyway I went to se car and he took me around block in it seamed ok.I had a car that i was going to scrap but it had mot and tax so he said I wuld take your car off you he wasn't interested in even looking at the car. I paid him cash and give my car in he said ill deliver it anyway next day I went to use car and warning light started to flash people were saying take it back but silly me didn't.Even eight
  17. This is in reference to a violation of the Companies Act. I was fined at Cardiff Magistrates Court (Companies House are based in Cardiff) last March because I failed to return the annual accounts. I only found out about this two weeks ago when I received a letter from Marstons. This is because Companies House had my old address. I have already paid the court fine plus the bailiff's fee (£300 total of which £85 was the bailiffs costs). I have read about making a Statutory Declaration and am seriously considering doing so next week (within the 21 days). I have a few questions about
  18. Hi there, I have a fine from Lambeth Council for driving in a bus lane, which I don't dispute. However, the original PCN was sent to my previous address, the log-book was changed around the time of the offence. I now have a further PCN that has been forwarded from my old address, for £202 The only way it seems I can appeal, is by getting a Statutory Declaration “signed and sworn before a Commissioner of Oaths (eg a solicitor), a Justice of the Peace (at any Magistrates Court) or an officer of your local County Court” Do I have to do this in order to dispute the extra
  19. hello, I was recently involved in an incident. Hopefully as there was no visable damage I wont have a claim made against me.the other driver said he didn't think it'd go any further and if so he'd phone me.Reading this in my policy document;If you or your car are involved in any type of claim or loss, you must tell us about the incident within 48 hours.Would this 48hrs be from the time of the incident or the time he (shoudl he call) phones me to make the claim?Thanks never had to make a claim or had a claim against me so new to this.
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