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Enforcement News: Issue 191 4 Feb 2008

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Differences emerge in persistent evader powers

A discrepancy will exist between how capital and authorities elsewhere can deal with persistant evaders. The second London Local Authorities & Transport for London Bill will enable boroughs to clamp and remove persistent evaders even if they are legally parked. Also, they can demand the payment of all outstanding fines before releasing a vehicle.

However, Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004 will not extend these powers to councils outside London, which will only be able to remove the...

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