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I've received a Notice to owner letter from the council demanding for £130. I didn't even get the original ticket. Can i appeal the notice to Owner?

 

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Yes, the NtO should include details of how to make formal representations.

 

None of the appeal options relate to having not seen the actual ticket

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There should be a box for 'Other Grounds'.

 

What was the PCN for? Have you any grounds for disputing it?

 

You have nothing to lose by appealing, the penalty will not increase any further. Even if your appeal is denied you will have delayed the need to pay by several weeks.

 

You have 28 days to make an appeal and the council have 56 days to reply, so that's a possible 12 weeks and much more if you then appealed to the adjudicator.

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