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The Road User Charging Schemes (Penalty Charges, Adjudication and Enforcement) (England) Regulations 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Service of documents

  3. PART 2

    1. 4.Imposition of penalty charge

    2. 5.Setting the rates and maximum amounts of penalty charge

    3. 6.Person by whom penalty charge is to be paid

  4. PART 3

    1. 7.Penalty charge notice

    2. 8.Representations against penalty charge notice

    3. 9.Cancellation of penalty charge notice

    4. 10.Rejection of representations against penalty charge notice

    5. 11.Appeals to an adjudicator in relation to decisions under regulation 10

  5. PART 4

    1. 12.Appointment of, and provision of facilities for, adjudicators

    2. 13.Administrative support and defrayal of expenses

    3. 14.Procedure to be followed by adjudicators

    4. 15.Evidence produced by a prescribed device

    5. 16.Recovery of amounts payable under an adjudication

  6. PART 5

    1. 17.Charge certificates

    2. 18.Enforcement of charge certificates

    3. 19.Invalid notices

    4. 20.Enforcement by execution

  7. PART 6

    1. 21.Authorised persons

    2. 22.Power to examine motor vehicles

    3. 23.Power to enter motor vehicles

    4. 24.Power of seizure

    5. 25.Power to immobilise motor vehicles

    6. 26.Release of immobilised motor vehicles

    7. 27.Power to remove motor vehicles

    8. 28.Disposal of removed motor vehicles and contents

    9. 29.Recovery of penalty charges and road user charges in relation to removed motor vehicles

    10. 30.Taking possession of a removed motor vehicle

    11. 31.Claim by the keeper of a motor vehicle after its disposal

  8. PART 7

    1. 32.Right to make representations in respect of the immobilisation of a motor vehicle

    2. 33.Duty of charging authority to which representations in respect of immobilisation are made

    3. 34.Appeals to an adjudicator in relation to decisions under regulation 33

    4. 35.Right to make representations in respect of the removal and disposal of a motor vehicle

    5. 36.Duty of charging authority to which representations in respect of removal etc are made

    6. 37.Appeals to adjudicator in relation to decisions under regulation 36

  9. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      PROCEDURE IN ADJUDICATION PROCEEDINGS

      1. PART 1 INTERPRETATION

        1. 1.Interpretation of Schedule

      2. PART 2 PROCEDURE RELATING TO APPEALS

        1. 2.Initiating an appeal

        2. 3.Action upon receipt of notice of appeal and copy of such notice

        3. 4.Further representations

        4. 5.Adjudicator’s power to require attendance of witnesses and production of documents

        5. 6.Disposing of an appeal without a hearing

        6. 7.Notice of time and place of hearing

        7. 8.Admission to a hearing

        8. 9.Appearances at a hearing

        9. 10.Procedure at a hearing

        10. 11.Decisions on appeals

        11. 12.Review of adjudicator’s decision

        12. 13.Costs

        13. 14.Consolidation of proceedings

        14. 15.Miscellaneous powers of adjudicators

        15. 16.Clerical errors

      3. PART 3 SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS AND NOTICES IN ADJUDICATION PROCEEDINGS

        1. 17.Service of documents on the parties

        2. 18.Service of notices or documents to the proper officer

      4. PART 4 DIRECTIONS AS TO INVALID NOTICES

        1. 19.Scope of Part 4

        2. 20.Procedure

      5. PART 5 THE REGISTER

        1. 21.The register

  10. Explanatory Note

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