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fine from offence 6 years ago

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Last month I received a letter from Northallerton Court regarding a fine for non display of tax disc. When I rang to enquire what it was about, it turned out to be a ticket from June 2003. They said they had been unable to trace me (which is nonsense as I have lived at my current address since the beginning of 2003). I remember that I paid the fine within 10 days at the time of the offence, but I have no proof of this after all this time.

 

My question is, can they start to pursue this after six years?

 

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Guest Old_andrew2018

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Court judgements don't disappear under statute of limitation I'm afraid.

 

If there is a chance that you paid by cheque, ask the bank for a copy of statements for that period.

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Whilst Court judgements don't disappear under statute of limitation, I believe that enforcement of a court judgement is subject to a 6 year limitation period.

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Ok thanks. I wrote back to them and they are now giving me 14 days to go to my local court to swear I didn't know anything about the original court hearing so I'm off there tomorrow.

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What fine did you pay and how did you pay it? By cheque? If so your bank (even if you don't bank there anymore) will have proof of the cheque being cashed.

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