Form

Form TE7: Parking - Apply for more time to challenge a traffic enforcement order

Use this form to ask for more time to challenge a court order (‘order of recovery’) for parking charges.

Documents

Application to file a statement out of time or an extension of time for parking charges

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Application to file a statement out of time or an extension of time for parking charges (large print)

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Cais i ffeilio datganiad allan o amser/rhagor o amser (Parcio)

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Details

Making an ‘out of time’ challenge

Use this form to explain why you’re challenging the court order after 21 days. Send it with the form TE9 parking to:

Email

tec@justice.gov.uk

Address

The Traffic Enforcement Centre
St Katharine’s House
21/27 St Katharine’s Street
Northampton
NN1 2LH

Fax

0870 324 0092

Accessing the PDF form

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Published 1 February 2015