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if i got an English Council PCN whilst there but i live in NI - do i have to pay it?

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Just a quick question. I cant seem to find the answer.  

 

In September im going to visit family in england, i live in northern ireland. The place we are staying has a coucil enforced road for permits or tickets. 

Now im getting a permit  but im just wondering  should a warden ticket me for whatever reason with me living in NI how does that effect it. For example i get a ticket and return back to NI how wud that enforce it . 

 

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Still part of uk, so they'd send all communication to registered keeper.

No hiding in NI, to do that you need to go to mainland europe or at least south of you, across the border.

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How would they enforce it though is my point. Bailiffs don't operate here so they couldn't send them. Also theres no PoFA here. 

 

I don't plan on getting a ticket lol just was interested to know what could be done should  I get one. 

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They can always get a ccj in your name and leave it at that

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CCJ for a council PCN?

PoFa for council PCN?

 

where are you getting the dross from?

 

 

 

 


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In regard to pofa i dunno how it works or if it even applies to a council pcn thats why im asking 

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no it doesn't as the council issue the PCN, nothing to do with private parking protection of freedom act and your DVLA details requests they use.

as for if you have to pay an English PCN in NI ..I cant find any answers..


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I believe you are still liable. If they can't instruct bailiffs (which would surprise me) then they do have a problem enforcing. They might seek an attachment of earnings, although again there could be different rules. It would be amazing if there's no means of enforcement at all.

 

What if an NI authority had issued it? What happens in those cases? There must be some way of enforcing?

 

 

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the council will seek judgement against you and your car will be removed or clamped and you will face a large bill for your pains. they still do that in NI.

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My car is on finance will that matter.  Also not working at the moment was made redundant start of year. So cant do attachment of earnings. 

 

Jamberson, as far as im aware bailifs do not operate in NI.

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If the car is on finance, you don't own it and they can't clamp it. You should keep paperwork to hand, proving this, so if they did show up with a clamp or tow-truck, you can show them.

 

If it's true there are no baliffs and no earnings, I don't know what their process will be. As I said above, they must have one. Maybe do some googling!

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there is a department called the EJO who execute the orders of the courts so they have the powers to interview you ( to ascertain your financial situation) and if you refuse you can be arrested. They dont have the powers to seize goods or force entry though. Their costs are still added to your bill but the creditor has to pay them upfront

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What would be the orders of the courts in this scenario? The only court involvement normally is the rubber-stamping of a bailiff warrant. What other court interest is there?

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