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clamping is allowed for certain reasons and in certain places. This is clamping for non-payment of motoring fines and is legal. The same applies if you dont pay your car tax, you can be clamped until you pay up same for driving without insurance (though rarely happens) Clamping and towing away allowed by councils for illegal parking, parking on railway land or docks or airports can get you towed etc if the byelaws allow it for that place.

The case referred to is a court ordered activity so perfectly legal. Also bailiffs are allowed to clamp on private land to take control of goods if they have a court order to act upon

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