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Car is parked on double yellows in daylight, the driver returns as the warden is writing the ticket, he hands the ticket to the driver. and then takes a photo of the car. So if this is disputed and the warden uses the photo as proof surely if there is no yellow sticky bag on the car then the driver can have the PCN quashed?

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I'm no expert on this, but I believe the warden would have noted in his notebook that the "ticket handed to driver" which will support his photo.

 

Please confirm you are talking about a council ticket or PPC ticket as it makes a huge difference.

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You say warden - do you mean Civil Enforcement Officer. It is an important distinction as CEOs are the only people allowed to issued PCNs in a decriminalised parking regime.

 

Assuming that it was a CEO, then the PCN is quite lawfully issued under r.9 of the relevant regulations.

 

Penalty charge notices — service by a civil enforcement officer

 

9. Where a civil enforcement officer has reason to believe that a penalty charge is payable with respect to a vehicle which is stationary in a civil enforcement area, he may serve a penalty charge notice—

(a) by fixing it to the vehicle; or

(b) giving it to the person appearing to him to be in charge of the vehicle

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Council. I was thinking that its common practise for them to take the foto to prove that they had given the ticket. So no foto it just comes back to the drivers word against the warden.

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You say warden - do you mean Civil Enforcement Officer. It is an important distinction as CEOs are the only people allowed to issued PCNs in a decriminalised parking regime.

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Unless in London where Met Police Traffic Wardens issue PCNs.

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