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Post by Winston on Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:02 pm

Hi - can anyone offer advice on the best way to deal with a Magistrates 'collection order'?

This relates to an alleged offense of 'owning a vehicle which was not insured'... (not being used, just sitting on a driveway but with no SORN).

Any advice or pointers who could help most gratefully appreciated.



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Re: Collection order

Post by daveiron on Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:50 pm

Hi ,winston,

Not sure what a magis collection order is . Its not your concern if DVLA have lost the SORN that you sent them.
If its a private drive ,what law are they claiming requires insurance on private property ?

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Post by Kestrel on Wed Sep 26, 2018 6:31 pm

This is the 'legal' waffle on SORN here:

Pass it back to them & state you posted a SORN, even with no proof of postage once posted I believe it is accepted as posted. State you are not responsible for loss of post or incompetence of others if it was lost at DVLA.

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Post by Winston on Sun Dec 16, 2018 10:56 am

Hi - sorry for my very late reply to this, and thank you for the two replies above (and to the posters for their input). Situation now is that a so-called 'Enforcement Agency' are sending letters demanding payment (after the Court issued an alleged fine / collection order). After sending them a Notice of Conditional Acceptance we are now in a loop of letters - them demanding payment, me demanding proof of claim.

Does anyone have experience or knowledge about sending back 'court orders'? Any and all input most appreciated. Thank you.

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Re: Collection order

Post by waylander62 on Sun Dec 16, 2018 12:13 pm

you have entered into a battle that you will find very difficult to win

why have you left it so long to act ?

they are using the court orders to enforce you cant simply send back a court order! if you had acted from the beginning you may have got somewhere it may be too late now but you could have and probably should have contacted the mags court at the beginning and asked why you were not given the opportunity to defend the claim made against you ?

who is making the claim anyway ? who is it you allegedly owe the money too ?

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Post by LionsShare on Sun Dec 16, 2018 6:05 pm

yes definatly ask/DEMAND the name of the man/woman who is making the claim, those that bring liability must also give remedy.

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Re: Collection order

Post by Ausk on Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:02 am

Might it be that the magistrate has regarded the car as an abandoned car?

Might it be that the magistrate is seeking return of the plates?


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