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hi, I received the following letter today (I don't live at the address it went to, its my parents address where I lived previously.

 

It is for a parking ticket, I received whilst at hospital giving birth! im 99% sure I had my blue disabled badge displayed at the time.

 

This is the only letter I have received and it seems somewhat excessive.

 

I am so scared they will go to my mums tomorrow and she will panic and pay the whole lot.

 

I do know my rights to an extent, ie they cannot gain entry forceably etc and can add fees for a visit and levy but they def not levied.


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If you dont live there, then they cant do anything.

 

Do not open the door, do not let them in, theres nothing they can do.

 

What you need to do is get your mum to get a statutory declaration done stating that you do not live there. Then you need to contact the court and get the judgement for the fine set aside, as you have a pretty good reason for it.


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thanks, its the fact that they could turn up at my mums house (shes retired) whilst I am at work and she would panic and pay


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You need to tell her not to allow them entry, and you also need to get her to tell them through the door that you no longer live there. If she can get the stat dec done, even better. If they enter after she has told them you do not live there, they are in serious trouble.


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Can i ask if the bailiff has ever entered the house before and performed a levy?


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Warn your mother that Jacobs are likely to clamp any car parked on or near the premises, they don't give a foetid long dead badgers kidney whose motor they clamp, so that stat dec is essential ASAP


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its ok my mum don't have a car, no they have never levied


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First thing in the morning, get down to the nearest court and get a stat dec done. Have someone in the house just incase the muppet turns up and thinks he is above the law. You only need to keep him out until you turn up with the stat dec. If he ignores that official document, then you can get his licence revoked.


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might sound srupid but what do I do to get that stat dec thing done?


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its ok my mum don't have a car, no they have never levied

Good, as Jacobs are rampant clampers so will clamp any motor parked outside or adjacent to a property BEFORE knocking, so hopefully the neighbour whose car they clamp resembles Richard Keil in Moonraker, and he needs a double dose of immodium when he is shown the stat dec, and the police are called. hopefully they arrive before he can get the unlawfully applied clamp off.


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should I contact the baliff then? as I say im working tomorrow so want to sort something, or should I contact the council?


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I have seen a sticky with a stat dec template but it is from 2011, is there anywhere I can find a up to date one, secondly who can witness it for me in case solicitor is busy?


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no!!

 

that's rather a clever letter really

it does not actually say he/they WILL remove stuff in 24hrs.

 

it says they are 'instructed to'

 

doesn't mean they will.

 

nor what proceed means, could be another letter.

 

its just an advert flyer that states they do 'removal 24hrs'

 

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thanks dx,

 

so what would you advise?

 

thank you


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You sure DX? It says he is instructed to proceed and remove and sell the goods.

 

Even if its a cleverly worded threat, i think the OP needs to stay one step ahead of the bailiff.. just in case.


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not indicating the OP shouldn't

 

however, you need to read it properly.

 

its a 'make you panic letter'

 

instructed to proceed does not equal WILL

it means he has been told to

if he DOES is a diff matter,

WHO has instructed him,, [himself me thinks]

 

there's no mention of any warrant either. ..urm..

 

and it says pay us not the council...urm.....

 

line my pockets first please

 

yea yea yea!!

 

ring the council 1st thing

 

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I will thanks, and offer them payment? surely it shouldn't be that much on the letter


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offer to pay it there and then.

 

WAS this a follow up letter from the bailiff?

had you had others?

 

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it is the first I have seen, but I cannot say it is def the first as one could have come and not being passed on to me


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doh I missed that one at the bottom


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i shall ring council this morning and explain the situation


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all the stat dec i can find is about changing name and not address? confused.


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I am very sorry everyone but the CORRECT course of action is to file an Out of Time witness statement (TE7 and TE9).

 

The forms must be emailed back to the Traffic Enforcement Centre this morning and ALL enforcement will these cease until the matter has been determined. This will normally be around 6-7 weeks,

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might sound silly but do i send it to the council, as in are they the traffic enforcement agency? thank you


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