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The Enforcement of Fines (Seizure and Disposal of Vehicles) (Scotland) Regulations 2008

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Repositioning of a vehicle before immobilisation

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9.—(1) If a vehicle to be immobilised is so positioned that while the vehicle is immobilised in that position there would be, at any time, an offence or contravention of a restriction imposed by or under any enactment, the contractor must, before the vehicle is immobilised, have it repositioned to the nearest place where there would be no such offence or contravention while it is immobilised there.

(2) Where a vehicle repositioned under this regulation is not visible from the place where it was originally positioned, the contractor must, when seizing the vehicle, affix a notice at, or near, the place where the vehicle was originally positioned indicating–

(a)that the vehicle has been made the subject of a seizure order;

(b)where the vehicle has been repositioned; and

(c)the telephone number of the contractor.

(3) The repositioning of a vehicle under this regulation does not attract any fees or charges additional to those prescribed in the Schedule to these Regulations.

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