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The Railways (Penalty Fares) Regulations 2018

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Recovery of penalty fare as a civil debt

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12.—(1) Where a person charged a penalty fare under regulation 5(1) has not paid the penalty fare in full, the operator on whose behalf the penalty fare was charged may recover the amount outstanding as a civil debt in any of the following circumstances—

(a)the person did not appeal under regulation 16 against the penalty fare within the 21 day period provided for by regulation 16(1)(a);

(b)the person—

(i)appealed under regulation 16 within that period;

(ii)the relevant Appeal Panel notified the person that it had not allowed the appeal;

(iii)the relevant Appeal Panel adhered to the time period specified in paragraph 6 of Schedule 2; and

(iv)the person did not appeal under regulation 17 against that decision within the 14 day period provided for by regulation 17(1)(a);

(c)the person—

(i)appealed under regulation 17 within that period;

(ii)the relevant Appeal Panel notified the person that it had not allowed the appeal;

(iii)the relevant Appeal Panel adhered to the time period specified in paragraph 6 of Schedule 2; and

(iv)the person did not appeal under regulation 18 against that decision within the 14 day period provided for by regulation 18(1)(a); or

(d)the person—

(i)appealed under regulation 18 within that period;

(ii)the relevant Final Appeal Panel notified the person that it had not allowed the appeal; and

(iii)the period of 14 days, beginning with the day following the day on which the notice of that decision was received, has elapsed.

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