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JUDICIAL REVIEW OF PARKING ADJUDICATOR'S DECISION

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Bexley LBC's dismissed application for a judicial review of the Parking Adjudicator's decision that it was not unla...
Bexley LBC's dismissed application for a judicial review of the Parking Adjudicator's decision that it was not unlawful for cars to park on off-street parking without a valid tax disc has featured in a Times Law Report (p39).

The application was heard by the Queen's Bench Division on 29 July, which was turned down by Mr Justice Scott Baker, upholding the Parking Adjudicator's decision that the council had no power to make regulations that a penalty was payable if cars parked off-street did not display a valid tax disc.
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