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Enforcement News: Issue 214 14 Jan 2010

St Albans pays price for PCN error

An error on penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued by St Albans City and District Council means the authority stands to lose £24,000 in revenue. The wording on the PCN said: “a vehicle driver was liable for a penalty charge notice” but it should have said “the vehicle’s keeper”. Colm O’Callaghan, the council’s chief finance officer, said the mistake made it “impossible” to enforce the PCN.

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