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Not sure what you mean by informal appeal.
I challenged the PCN notice by email saying we were away when bay was suspended and was not aware of sign on street before we left.
The council responded by email confirming that because the notice went up before we left the sign was valid.
I emailed again with no response yet asking for proof of date when sign was erected.
Given a pcn notice.
A friend informed us of the ticket and I asked my brother law to move the car that night. The bay was suspended for two days
Thank you for you advise!
a few more questions -
Do councils as a legal requirement take pictures when bay suspension signs goes up as proof of erection date?
or as proof for themselves?
I presume if they don't take pictures then they have no proof and a weak case against me.
Could I pay the small fine now and still take them to adjudication?
What is involved in adjudication, how does it work?
The biggest problem here is the time scale, because individuals are so busy, in many cases it just easier to pay the fine and move on with life.......
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