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Notice of Intention to Enforce Charge Certificate. NI PCN

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Hi,

I was wondering if someone could help. I have a few outstanding parking fines. I simply can't afford to pay them as they are currently supposed to be £90 each. The above notice is for a fine on 25/2/9. Basically they are saying about clamping and removal. However I no longer have that car as it is a company car and has been changed. The DVLN I should have been updated about the change of ownership.

 

Can someone help. It also refers to Traffic Management (Northern Ireland) Order 2005.

 

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These sound like local authority PCNs that have neither been paid nor appealed. Is there a reason for this?


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The only reason is I couldn't afford them. What is the best thing to do. The total cost would be about £600.

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So you got some parking tickets, couldn't afford them so hid your head in the sand hoping the problem would go away. It hasn't. As things stand you are going to have to pay. Worst case scenario is your employer's car is seized and you end up losing your job.


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Thanks for your bluntness. I wish I had the money to pay all my bills but I don't have that luxury.

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Worst case scenario is your employer's car is seized and you end up losing your job.

 

How do you reckon a company car can be seized for this Bernie? If the OP does not own the vehicle then it cannot be seized. I don't see how you can make the leap to the fact that the employer could terminate his contract either for a parking offence. I think you are just scaremongering in this regard which doesn't seem helpful.

 

However EBOY, the parking tickets as Bernie says, will not go away and you need to resolve them urgently and legally.

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Thanks Crem, I look into it tomorrow.

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I have just logged in to check the pcn details. I know this is probably irelevant but it has given the colour of the car as "unknown". I guess that is not enough to argue a case.

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I have just logged in to check the pcn details. I know this is probably irelevant but it has given the colour of the car as "unknown". I guess that is not enough to argue a case.

 

Nope. 'fraid not.

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How do you reckon a company car can be seized for this Bernie? If the OP does not own the vehicle then it cannot be seized. I don't see how you can make the leap to the fact that the employer could terminate his contract either for a parking offence. I think you are just scaremongering in this regard which doesn't seem helpful.

 

However EBOY, the parking tickets as Bernie says, will not go away and you need to resolve them urgently and legally.

 

For the OP to be pursued, the OP must be the RK. The OP did not take the opportunity to rebut the presumption that the RK is the owner of the vehicle.

 

Ultimately the council, through agents, will be able to seize assets of the OP to recover the debt. The company car (if the OP is again the RK) will appear to be an asset of the OP and could well be seized. This will then mean that the OP will have to involve their employer.

 

An unsympathetic employer may well then chose to interpret the OP allowing this situation to have arisen as being gross misconduct.

 

Scaremongering? Stranger things have happened.


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The vehicle on the bailiffs warrant will not match the OP's current vehicle (even if he still ha a company car). If they identify another vehicle as being recorded at the DVLNI with EBOY as the RK, then EBOY should have a new oportunity to inform them that he is not the owner of this other vehicle.

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And they will listen and it will all be OK then!


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