FAILURE TO APPLY BECOMING OWNER?NO INSURANCE

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FAILURE TO APPLY BECOMING OWNER?NO INSURANCE

Unread post by mrfrances on

Hey I have a court date slip for not have the car registered in my name yet, and no insurance. I know the fines for the insurance, but can anyone tell me what the fine for the ownership is? and is there a way to have these lowered...say if i went to court and had it all fixed and is=nsurance, etc. would they maybe lower or erase my fines?

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You can tell the prosecutor that you have taken steps to rectify the situation:
- produce proper ownership to him/her
- produce full insurance contract for said vehicle (not pink insurance card, might think you are trying to pull wool over his/her eyes)

I have seen prosecutors ask for reduced fines and or withdraw the charge, however it is still up to each individual prosecutor
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca


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Unread post by mrfrances on

But do you know what the fine for not having the car in my name is?


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Unread post by Simon Borys on

Fail to Apply for Permit on Becoming Owner under s. 11(2) is $85/110




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