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I'm currently in a pickle regarding PCN fines 2 years ago,

 

a friend borrowed a car and received loads of tickets.

Since then it's added up to over £4000!!.

 

I have made arrangements but the payments are so high. I fail to keep up.

My income is very low. So I can just about pay for one even with the deduction.

 

However now bailiffs are turning up every other day. To parents house Where I live.

But I am not regesitered there and I have no bills or anything in my name.

 

What can I do

 

Can the baliff remove my parents items.

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Bailiffs CANNOT remove property that does not belong to you.

Who are the bailiffs?

 

All your parents need do is tell them you don't live their, and lodge a formal complain about them.

 

Who is the local authority?

Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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have you told the local authority you were NOT DRIVING at times

 

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So your friend got the fines, but you are arranging to pay them? Have you told the court that it wasnt you driving?

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Hello

 

I'm currently in a pickle regarding PCN fines 2 years ago,

 

a friend borrowed a car and received loads of tickets.

Since then it's added up to over £4000!!.

 

I have made arrangements but the payments are so high. I fail to keep up.

My income is very low. So I can just about pay for one even with the deduction.

 

However now bailiffs are turning up every other day. To parents house Where I live.

But I am not regesitered there and I have no bills or anything in my name.

 

What can I do

 

Can the baliff remove my parents items.

 

 

I am sorry but on here we tend to ask a bit of background info to establish whether you have grounds to appeal etc.

 

Here goes:

 

You say that a friend had borrowed the car and incurred PCN's. I would assume that the car was still registered to you and if so, did you receive all of the statutory notices ( Notice to Owner, Charge Certificate, Order for Recovery)?

 

What did you do with the notices....did you give them to your friend or appeal yourself?

 

Were you living at the address where notices were being sent and if not.....had you updated your address with DVLA?

 

Do you still have the vehicle and how much roughly is it worth?

 

I am sorry to give you bad news but bailiffs will try to state to your parents that they can remove their goods from the house unless they can provide proof that they purchased them.

 

In fact, there was a case with one bailiff company last summer where the parents ( who were in their 70's) allowed the bailiff into their property so that the bailiff could "discuss" the matter of their son's PCN's. The son was actually in the army and had sold his car. Despite the warrants being at another address the bailiff 'traced' a further address from an old parking ticket (parents address).

 

Once inside the property the bailiff managed to convince the parents that the law allows him to "assume" that all of the goods in their home belong to the son !!!! The bottom line was that the mother went to the bank and cashed an ISA and paid the bailiff £5,000 !!!

 

The above is true and is ongoing.

 

Your parents must NOT allow the bailiff into their home.

 

If you had not received any statutory notices then you are legally permitted to file an Out of Time witness statement.

 

Could you post back regarding the above questions.

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Black cherry you MUST do as tomtubby suggests, make sure your parents do not let the bailiff in, in fact the bailiff has no right to even discuss the matter with them under Data Protection. The sorry tale related by tomtubby illustrates what a despicable lying bunch some bailiffs are, in that case I feel there are grounds for a criminal investigation of Fraud by misrepresentation to gain a pecuniary advantage.

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