Reading Council - PCN - TEC Refused

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#1 Reading Council - PCN - TEC Refused

Post by cisman » 29 Oct 2016 22:37

Hi Team,

New to the forum and would like to start by thanking all involved for providing this platform for people looking for help and advice.

Traffic Enforcement Centre (TEC) Out of Time Declaration was refused and Collect Services Bailiff is now back in action. They are demanding £422 for an un-paid parking ticket.
Options I been given are

1. Pay the bailiff (Installment or full)
2. File an appeal in the court at the cost of around £255

Is there any way I can pay the council and lay the matter to rest ? What are my options from here ?

many thanks

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#2 Re: Reading Council - PCN - TEC Refused

Post by Schedule 12 » 30 Oct 2016 10:36

If you pay the council direct then it only causes the enforcement power to cease. You will have a very pissed off bailiff who wants to put your food on his table.


Here is how it's done. http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/St ... ailiff.htm

If the bailiff takes an enforcement step, there is a precudure to recover damages.
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#3 Re: Reading Council - PCN - TEC Refused

Post by cisman » 30 Oct 2016 21:08

Thanks for the reply Jason

Once the council is paid directly (Original amount of the PCN owed) and the enforcement order ceases to have effect, will I own any money to the bailiff ?
Is the matter considered close ?

Can the council return the cheque and refer me to the collection agency to settle the matter with them ?

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#4 Re: Reading Council - PCN - TEC Refused

Post by Schedule 12 » 31 Oct 2016 08:29

I can't say you don't owe the bailiff fees, but there is no enforcement power in respect of them.
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