|Topic:||Re:PCN from 2013|
|Posted by:||Richard Jennings|
|This is one reason why it's essential to keep any letter that cancels a PCN!|
Can you please e-mail me the PCN number and the car's reg number, and what you remember of the timeline of this PCN? Send it to email@example.com. For example, do you think the PCN was cancelled after an initial challenge, or did it go to the second stage (Notice to Owner and representation to Ealing)?
As far as I can see from a quick look at the regulations, if a penalty has not been successfuly challenged and is still unpaid, then there probably isn't a deadline for pursuing the outstanding payment. However, a Charge Certificate should not be issued unless you have had a Notice to Owner. If you appealed against a Notice to Owner, you should have a Notice of Rejection if the council didn't accept your appeal.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|PCN from 2013||13/01/15 18:27:00||Angela Corden|
|Re:PCN from 2013||13/01/15 21:44:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Re:PCN from 2013||14/01/15 18:08:00||Angela Corden|
|Re:Re:Re:PCN from 2013||15/01/15 11:46:00||Sam Hearn|