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  1. Hi all, Wondered if anyone could help as this has been puzzling me for a while. I had a query regarding when a PCN from a local authority/council reaches charge certificate stage and they ask for whatever payment it is say that if it is not paid by xxx they will proceed to issue an order for recovery. I understand this comes with an option to submit a witness statement saying that you did not receive the initial Notice to owner and can possibly have the fine brought back down to its actual cost if you are guilty of the offense... I don't understand how that would work if one was so select they didn't receive an Notice to Owner? What proof would someone have that they did not receive it and couldn't the council just shrug it off and reject it immediately? Then forcing bailiffs on you or something more serious? On another note my main query was my partners PCN. She never received one on her vehicle but all of a sudden a Notice to Owner comes through the door with no actual proof her vehicle was there. No pictures or anything from the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Just a fine for £130 stating it was her, She never parks anywhere she shouldn't and is a massive stickler for this sort of stuff. Wondered if anyone could advice on my next steps as I am handling this for her. Sorry for the essay but any help would be appreciated... Kind Regards
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