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Topic # 13038 19-Apr-2007 10:05
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Who would have thought that someone would bid $50 on TradeMe to purchase someone else's speeding ticket! That is truly weird. I wonder what the legalities around transferring ownership of a speeding ticket actually are? It is quite possible though that the bidder may only end up owning the piece of paper and not the actual content.




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I've been very curious about that for a while now...

what happen if you lost your ticket, or doesn't know that you got one.. I mean parking ticket left on your windscreen.. can sometimes got blown away. How would you know what to do?

I mean, this Mr someone may experience this problem and thought he'll use someone else ticket to pay for his??Undecided




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