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Isiris V DVLA Barnsley Magistrates Court


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Just thought Id post what happened today.

 

I was in court for being the RK of a vehicle that was un-insured 6 months after I had sold it. On arrival we were told someone would see us before court. I waited and was led into a interview office.

 

The lady read the charge then asked if I had the car. "No"

Did I sell the Car. "Yes"

Did I send off the V5 "Yes"

 

Well we haven't received it, can you prove it? I said no I couldn't. She then went on a bit about we can fine the original £80 now with no costs blah de blah.

 

I then interrupted and said, "But I don't need to prove it. Section 7 of the Interpretation Act of 1978 says I don't"

 

She looked at me, said we will withdraw the case and advised me in future to send correspondence recorded. I was in a rush so didnt want to argue

Whatever I post is my opinion and should be taken as such, an opinion. While it is what I believe and is offered in good faith, it should not be taken as a statement of truth

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A good result for you, and some more egg on the collective faces at the DVLA then. thumbup.gif

 

I wonder how much it's cost us tax payers to bring "the case" against you.

Please note that my posts are my opinion only and should not be taken as any kind of legal advice.
In fact, they're probably just waffling and can be quite safely and completely ignored as you wish.

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I would agree that documents of this kind should be sent by a tracked method of post.

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While you may agree, there is no legal requirement to do so and actually a law that states it is not necessary. Why incur any additional costs to your selves.

 

Dont feel sorry for the DVLA.

 

There was 61 cases, only 7 turned up. So they have received 54 x £110 in costs

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I would agree that documents of this kind should be sent by a tracked method of post.

 

Why? The courts, bailiffs, dvla all send stuff first class and assume delivery and take enforcement action based on this assumption. We have that exact same right. If we post something to the dvla then we have the right to assume it delivered. Right?

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I would agree that documents of this kind should be sent by a tracked method of post.

 

a recorded post costs about £1.80 for a standard size letter which is a cost we should not be expected to incur to cover for their incompetance and, AFAIK big organisations like the DVLA don't even have to sign for it their end anyway.

 

I send documents of this kind using the "proof of posting" service though which is free at the post office counter and gives you sufficient evidence that you sent the document should you need it.

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