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Parking on footpath. Total obstruction. Adopted street. Sc

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Parking on footpath. Total obstruction. Adopted street. Scotland. Aware of Bill in Scots Parliament at present. Is this an offence under Road Traffic Law - Obstruction?

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It's civil under the power of the traffic management act 2004

That means its delegated to local councils.

So it's civil, not criminal.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX that means that the lady pensioner most affected by this situation just has to walk on the roadway to pass. No redress, no solution unless she goes public. Thanks again. Satisfied with answer. Will respond accordingly when returned to site.



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