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What are the rules for an FPN


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Does any1 know or av a link to find out the FPN rules to see if it is an unlawful ticket.

If a PCN is unlawful because it doesn't av the date of notice or the date of contravention on it does this same rule apply for an FPN.

Please could some1 describe it in detail for me.

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An FPN for parking is issued by a Police Offcier or Police Traffic Warden.

 

There are no "two dates" issues etc. This is because the FPN is not used in the same way. An FPN is an invitation to pay up a fixed amount to settle the matter instead of going to the Magistrates' Court for a hearing over this alleged criminal offence. The veracity of any information will relate to the Officer/Warden's testimony in Court.

 

Unlike PCNs, if you wish to fight an FPN, you do so via the normal criminal courts - you can, in theory, appeal all the way to the Lords. The main negative, is that if yyou want to challemge an FPN, then you must take positive action as detailed on the ticket. If you do nothing, there is a default convict

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