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Do i have to pay this DVLA fine? **DVLA WITHDREW**

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i revieved a letter from the dvla stating that a vehicle that was registered to me was used not taxed on the road.



The vehicle in question was sold by me on ebay as a non runner

just over a month previous to a motor trader in bolton area

who had it recovered fom me in nottinghamshire.



As per i had the trader section filled in and posted it a day or 2 after the sale

with them taking the rest of the V5 logbook.



Since receiving the first letter

i have sent away the ebay sale and covering letters as an appeal to the dvla.



All was still refused and they again requested payment from me or to go to court.



The offence was in bolton and the logbook has now been transferred onto another owner

(i assume he fixed it and has since sold it)


1. Am i liable for this fine having sent away the traders section?

2. With the vehicle being driven in bolton and me being in my home town that day does that not matter?

3. Could i find out if he had trade plates on the vehicle?


Any help or response would be greatly appreciated as i feel this is really unjust and cant believed im being how i would say "treated like a criminal"


The fine is for over £200 aswell


Thanks in advance



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yet another case of the DVLA losing paperwork.



did you copy the V5C before sending it.




please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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im not sure if its the dvla or the royal mail losing it as i have had 2 letters not delivered from my local post office. Unfortunatly i have not made any copy as i've never had an issue before but since i make copies and take note of the dates posted and such. I mainly need advice as how to resolve the issue


Thanks Sean

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** edited **


I eventually got the DVLA to admit to the Interpretations Act 1978.


If you say you sent off said V5C, then the Interpretations Act Section 7 applies.


I refused to be intimidated by these ******s,pleaded Not Guilty on the court docs and took them on. Cut a long story short they withdrew minutes before the initial hearing.

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