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The Road User Charging (Penalty Charges) (Scotland) Regulations 2005

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Taking possession of a vehicle

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13.—(1) A charging scheme shall specify that a person (“the claimant”) may take possession of a vehicle (with its contents) which has been removed and delivered to a custodian and has not been disposed of under regulation 11, if the conditions specified in paragraph (2) are satisfied.

(2) The conditions are that–

(a)the claimant satisfies the custodian that the claimant is the registered keeper of the vehicle or authorised by the registered keeper to take possession of the vehicle;

(b)all outstanding penalty charges in respect of the vehicle are paid to the charging authority; and

(c)any penalty charges imposed by the charging scheme in respect of the removal or the storage and release from storage of the vehicle are paid.

(3) On giving the claimant possession of a vehicle pursuant to this regulation, the custodian shall give the claimant a statement of the right of the registered keeper (or the person in charge of the vehicle at the time it was removed) to appeal, pursuant to regulations made by the Scottish Ministers under section 64(1) of the Act, of the steps to be taken in order to appeal and of the address to which representations made as mentioned in those Regulations should be sent.

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