The bailiff attended, or your vehicle was clamped or removed out of the blue

You bought a used vehicle and the bailiff is enforcing unpaid debts by the previous keeper

The registered address of the vehicle is wrong

You changed address after receiving a PCN

You could be a victim of an ANPR van

 

 

 

You did not get a Notice to Owner

When you attract a parking ticket (PCN) the council must send a Notice to Owner to enable the registered keeper can name the driver.

If you didn't get one, then appeal the PCN on the grounds you did not get a Notice to Owner (NTO).

 

 

 

You changed address after receiving a PCN.

You appeal the PCN on the grounds you did not get a Notice to Owner (NTO).

 

 

 

You did not get a Notice of Enforcement

Make a claim and recover the vehicle under paragraph 66 of Schedule 12 of the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, because the address on the warrant is wrong, and that is evidence you could not have been given the Notice of Enforcement.

Or, see if you can lawfully remove the wheel clamp.

 

 

The PCN is in the name of the previous keeper

Make an interpleader claim followed by a claim under section 3 of the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977.

Here is how to bring a claim.

 

 

 

Myth

The warrant of control is in the name of the debtor. Never in the name of the vehicle