Author Topic: Doing 42 in a 30, first time ever!!  (Read 1140 times)

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Farenheit76

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Re: Doing 42 in a 30, first time ever!!
« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2024, 09:14:04 pm »
I think I may not have 'expressed' myself correctly.
I understand that it needs to be delivered.
What I don't get is, how royal mail failing to deliver a next day guaranteed delivery is me not satisfying said requirement.
Sorry, not clued up with the legal aspect, if that helps.

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Re: Doing 42 in a 30, first time ever!!
« Reply #31 on: February 01, 2024, 09:45:45 am »
The legal aspect requires YOU (not the P.O.) to provide the details and documents. It's thus up to YOU to demonstrate what you have attempted. It looks like you've sent it 'signed for' (why?) at the last minute (why?)? It may be that address is a mailbox so there's no-one there to sign for it so it will continually bounce back. Given they're potentially preparing to issue procedings, I'd suggest you a) get the letter returned to you (as it contains your licence/ did they ask for that?), b) resend immediately if time allows by 1st Class post whilst getting a delivery receipt and contact the FPO and explain the situation.

If you drag your heels though, it may not end well.

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Re: Doing 42 in a 30, first time ever!!
« Reply #32 on: February 01, 2024, 11:23:41 am »
Was delivered today after the deadline  :'(

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Re: Doing 42 in a 30, first time ever!!
« Reply #33 on: February 01, 2024, 11:32:47 am »
The legal aspect requires YOU (not the P.O.) to provide the details and documents. It's thus up to YOU to demonstrate what you have attempted.

Twaddle. The requirement is that the information is provided - which, unless the Interpretation Act is disapplied, means delivered.
It is about whether the notice was served, not what the OP did or did not do - although if it goes to court because of late service, it may well affect whether the OP is sentenced at the fixed penalty level (matters outside of his control).

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