Tuesday, June 13, 2006

National implications for parking of recent ruling

The national implications of the Lukha ruling are potentially enormous.
As the Chief Adjudicator Caroline Sheppard states "...since it (the Notice of Rejection) does not comply with paragraph 4 (of Section 6 of the 1991 Road Traffic Act) then it does not constitute a Notice of Rejection at all."

Therefore, if it is not a Notice of Rejection then everything subsequent cannot stand as due process has not been followed.

How many bailiffs actions have followed on from Warrants of Execution spewing forth from Northampton County Court?

How many hundreds of thousands of people have had goods seized or been forced to pay following visits from bailiffs?

How many local authorities have confirmed to the Northampton County Court that all their paperwork is correct and has been served correct?

This lawless decriminalised parking enforcement scam must be halted before more innocent victims are harassed and intimidated by agents of local authorites who have clearly exhibited a total disregard for the law.

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