Who's responsible for paying a PCN- the owner (from V5 document) or the keeper.
The PCN was issued before i became the new owner. I have a sales receipt, although it was a private sale in cash (car only cost Â£900).
IT was owned by a company, and I've registered it in my company name, but insured it with me personally as the driver.It also states on insurance it's for social and business use.
If my car is clamped is the insurance document showing business use going to be enough to prove to him it's a tool of my trade, and therefore not removable.
I'm assuming he's going to say it's not enough proof (because it's in his interests to say that). What would I say in response?
I know someone who got clamped who had the new V5 showing ownership had changed,so my friend wasn't responsible for the PCN. But bailiff said that wasn't sufficient, and he'd need to see insurance document too. Is that correct, and if it is, why would he need to see it?
Let's say the insurance showed my friend was insured to drive the car at the time the PCN was issued (because he worked for the company who owned it), but then subsequently purchased it from the company. Could he be jointly held liable because he was insured to drive it when the PCN was issued?
I would have thought the debtor was only the person or company named on the warrant. Am I right?