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I've had an issue with a PCN going on for a little while. Essentially I got no ticket on my vehicle and no communication from the LA, the first I heard of it was when the TEC sent the order for recovery I completed a witness statement which was accepted, then the same thing happened again. Again I completed a witness statement which was accepted, this time the LA said they wouldn't accept it and would continue to pursure for recovery under the order (which had been cancelled!) After I challenged the legality of this, they eventually issued an NTO. I raised representations which
i have received a letter through the door indicating i am about to be issued with a stat demand on behalf of a company called P&A receivables plc. it reads 'i have been directed to serve you with a statutory demand issued under the insolvency act 1986 on behalf of the creditor. unfortunately on the letter it does not give any further details. all they say is they will be returning on a date and a time to either issue the demand or post it through the letter box!!! what should i do???
There's a Code of Practice for dealing with cases of "misdirected" payments, where just typing in one wrong digit when transferring money results in it going to a stranger. Trying to get it back, though, is nigh on impossible. But now the Nationwide, HSBC and First Direct have made a change in its customers terms and conditions that will allow them to deal swiftly with "misdirected" transactions. From November, if you accidentally transfer money to the wrong account, you might actually have a fighting chance of getting your cash back. http://www.theguardian.com/money/20