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My son in law received a PCN dated the 3rd January 2017 as a result of an alleged infringement that the Council say occurred on the 6th December 2016.

A that is either 28 days delay or 29 if you include the contravention day before the issue of the ticket, not the serving of the ticket, is that grounds for challenging the PCN please?

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When you say 'received a PCN dated the 3rd January 2017' is that the date on the PCN or the date you actually received it (ie served) If the PCN is dated 3rd, it wouldn't be deemed served until 5th

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Thank you Michael. It was dated the 3rd Jan.

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I understand that if DVLA are slow to respond to a Council's enquiry for information regarding a PCN, the Council can extend the 28 day limit on serving a PCN by up to 6 months-is that correct?

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6 months is the limit for NTK. the 28 day bit is for when they cant slap a ticket on the car so CCTV job for example

any time such as 28 days always start the day after the date of the event so a clear 28 days.

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