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what is the length that a vehicle/motorbike can be in the pound before it is sold on or scrapped?

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what is the length that a vehicle/motorbike can be in the pound before it is sold on or scrapped?

 

 

I think each area is different, and also depends if the vehicle has finance on it, who owns the vehicle eg private or company or rental/hire purchase and the reason it is there, eg no insurance/accident/disqualified driver etc

 

If you phone the company that have it, they should be quite specific. Also any documentation, perhaps from the police, should help.


Any advice I give, is given with the best intention of helping. I am not legally trained, so it is probably best to just ignore me;)

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You could always apply for an injunction to prevent the vehicle being sold on until such time as you can sort out whatever issues there are surrounding it.


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is 28 days ok for a privately owned car that has been in the pound for no insurance?

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