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PCN charge reset by council, bailiffs already paid, how do I get my money back?

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After some great advice on here i managed to get a PCN charge reset, good times!

 

Unfortunately I already paid the bloody bailiff (about a month ago) as he clamped the car, so filled in a late witness statment and have now had letters from the court and council saying i only have to pay £50 but have paid £300 to the robbing basterwards, so my question is where do I go to get the money back? Bailiffs? council? charge back? And also will i get it all back?

 

Many thanks in advance.

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I couldn't see the thread of yours where your car was clamped but the first stop would be to write to the Council and the bailiffs asking for it back. Best to include that the Court said you were only responsible for £50 so they know where the Order came from.

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My view is that the Council are responsible as it was them who let the dogs off the leash. Their problem to get it back from the Enforcement Co - they should have not been so gung-ho about it.


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The responsibility for repayment stands with the local authority. The bailiff co is merely acting as AGENTS for the LA.

 

Which bailiff company is this?

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