question category: Bailiffs

My son is 13


We have got a mobility car because my son is disabled and I got a parking ticket but didn't pay no the bailiffs have been for 400 pound but it's in my sons name and he's only 13 where do I stand

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Re: My son is 13

If you take all of the paperwork to your local Citizens Advice, or to a solicitor, they may be able to help you pick through and see how this has happened. If you have incurred a parking ticket and they have administered the paperwork incorrectly then you could contest the current action being taken by the bailiffs, if the name is wrong on the court order and they are seeking to recover a debt from a child using bailiffs. This may only give a temporary stay of enforcement as they may simply start action again with the correct details, as you say that you received a parking ticket, then you will still need to pay the original parking ticket.

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