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NTO issued as non-payment but I sent a cheque

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Hi there

 

I have received a notice to owner and a £120 fine (up from £60) due to non payment of a traffic offence.

 

Yet I posted a cheque.

 

Any ideas on where I stand with this?

 

Any hints and tips on legal and experiences gratefully received...

 

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check your bank to see if its been cashed then send them a recipt.


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The Notice to Owner allows you to make representations, so this is the course of action to take. In effect, it's another written appeal. You can file it on the grounds that the PCN was fully paid.

 

How you word it will depend upon what became of the cheque.

 

It it's been processed by them, it's an admin error - give a copy of your bank statement along with your representations.

 

If it hasn't, you can assume it has gone astray (although I would still cancel it with the bank) and so you can send a new cheque for the original amount, with an explanation and something to corroborate what you say (photocopy of a cheque stub for instance). They are likely to accept this, although they will only have your word for it that you sent the cheque in the first place. You'll have to hope they are willing to be reasonable.

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