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Hi, I wonder if you could help. I had unpaid parking tickets. It went to the bailiffs and I made a regular repayment with them. Now I decided to pay the outsdanding 4 tickets (excluding the bailiff fees) directly to the council. They accepted it. Now the bailiffs want more than 100 pounds but have not be specific what for. What do I have to do now? Some fees are not justified and wrong so I am not willing to pay them. Any suggestions on how to stop them?

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Guest Happy Contrails

Just say there is no debt and everything is settled.


The law that prescribed bailiffs fees for unpaid parking tickets is Schedule 1 of the Enforcement of Road Traffic Debts (Certificated Bailiffs)(Amended 2003) Regulations 1993. Generally its £28 and £11.20 for a letter.


If a bailiff tries charging you with hundreds of pounds then ask the bailiff which court issued his certificate. Threaten him with a Form 4 to be sent to his certificating court and you also will report him for committing offences under S2 of the Fraud Act 2006 by charging unlawful fees.

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