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CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

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  • #46
    Re: CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

    OK - have you come across this body?:

    http://www.trafficpenaltytribunal.go...&pageNumber=19

    I imagine that would be a far preferable route to court.

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    • #47
      Re: CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

      Originally posted by Wombats View Post
      OK - have you come across this body?:

      http://www.trafficpenaltytribunal.go...&pageNumber=19

      I imagine that would be a far preferable route to court.
      You are really a treasure chest of Ideas. Thank you Wombats. I'll get my head around this link tomorrow. Good night...

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      • #48
        Re: CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

        I hope I've been some help. Good night!

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        • #49
          Re: CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

          Originally posted by Womin ats View Post
          OK - have you come across this body?:

          http://www.trafficpenaltytribunal.go...&pageNumber=19

          I imagine that would be a far preferable route to court.
          Dear Wombats,

          Do I understand corretly that not full complience with the hire contract legislation invalidates the entire contract?

          Thank you in advance.
          Last edited by liotchik; 26th June 2014, 21:00:PM.

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          • #50
            Re: CCTV issued PCNs for a contract hire vehicle.

            I don't know sorry. Contract law can be complex I believe and my knowledge of it is pretty basic. I don't want to get into territory where I'm not pretty sure what I'm saying is right. You can maybe get advice on this by posting a link to this post in a different section of the site. I don't know if there's previous case law which sets precedents in this area or anything.

            Sorry, but I can't answer that one for you. Post a link in the legal bit and get some people in who know more than me in that area. :beagle:

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