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by JohnnyPublic
Tue Sep 23, 2014 12:21 am
Forum: Parking Tickets
Topic: bylaw officer took my disabled permit for misuse
replies: 5
views: 2182

Re: bylaw officer took my disabled permit for misuse

Sorry JohnnyPublic, a bylaw officer can seize and hold an accessible parking permit if they have reasonable grounds to believe that it has been used while in contravention of a bylaw. That may be all well and good. But if she explained that her grandfather was at the concert and would be walking ba...
by JohnnyPublic
Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:43 pm
Forum: Following too closely
Topic: Spelling mistake on ticket
replies: 2
views: 869

Re: Spelling mistake on ticket

Nope spelling mistakes don't invalidate a HTA notice of offence.
by JohnnyPublic
Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:38 pm
Forum: Parking Tickets
Topic: bylaw officer took my disabled permit for misuse
replies: 5
views: 2182

Re: bylaw officer took my disabled permit for misuse

The By-Law officer does not have the right to confiscate the disabled parking permit after your daughter explained the circumstances. So long as it was explained that you would be walking to the car after the concert. Fight the ticket in court and also lodge a complaint with the municipality regardi...
by JohnnyPublic
Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:34 pm
Forum: Parking Tickets
Topic: Fire Hydrant...to measure or not to measure
replies: 2
views: 871

Re: Fire Hydrant...to measure or not to measure

The chalk line was so that the By-Law officer had a reference to measure 'from'. The distance is the distance straight along the curb, not from the hydrant. Therefore, you need to go to the hydrant. Walk straight to the road and measure from where your toe touches the street to your bumper. The fire...
by JohnnyPublic
Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:12 pm
Forum: Exceeding the speed limit by 16 to 29 km/h
Topic: Speeding in Construction Zone, Fine Double but No Workers
replies: 7
views: 2237

Re: Speeding in Construction Zone, Fine Double but No Worker

I would fight the ticket - never settle or plea if the officer is incorrect. If the officer claimed that there were officers present and you can show that none were (timeslips etc) it will call into question the judgment of the officer with the rest of the infraction. Request a court date. See what ...

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