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#64507 16-Jul-2010 22:07
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I was speaking to a friend recently & he told me of the issues with his parking in a private lot. Firstly, these were in relation to his work vehicle.

On the first occasion, he was issued a ticket for the bumper partially obscurring the number plate: $150. He took photos to prove his case, & the ticket was subsequently dropped.

The second: he did not realise the vehicle's WOF was overdue (stupid, I know. But don't reply about the company's responsibility: I already told him my view).

But the issue I have, where does it state in any Law that any person but a deputised one has the authority to issue tickets governing vehicle compliance? For years, the only people allowed to issue infringement notices were the Police, & the MOT -Ministry Of Transport: now defunct.

I told him he should enquire with the Police if, effectively, anybody could issue infringement notices, & to get the respective Laws governing this change in Constitution. I also told him he should write his MP to confirm any changes. Your thoughts.




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  #352497 16-Jul-2010 22:11
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This has been discussed a few months ago here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=48&topicid=60868




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  #352499 16-Jul-2010 22:16
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Sorry about that, Mauricio. Please delete thread: or lock it.




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