Glossary / Statutory Declaration

Adjudicator

Appeal

Approved device (including cameras)

Authorisation Notice

Bus lane

Bylaw

Challenge - Post Notice to Owner (Formal Challenge)

Challenge - Pre Notice to Owner

Charge Certificate

Civil Enforcement Agent (Formally bailiff)

Civil Enforcement Authority

Civil Enforcement Officer

Civil Justice System

Clamping

Compelling Reasons

Contravention

Contravention Code

Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)

Costs

County Court

Debt Registration

Decriminalisation

Designated Parking Bays

Discount Rate

Discretion

DVLA

Evidence

Grounds for Appeal

Loading Bay

Magistrates' Court

Notice of Appeal (NOA)

Notice of Rejection of Representations (NOR)

Notice to Owner (NTO)

Order for Recovery

Parking

Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (PATAS)

Parking Bay

Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

Procedural Impropriety

Recommendation

Registered Keeper

Registered Keeper

Review

Signs and lines

Statutory Declaration

A legal statement from a motorist in response to an Order for Recovery to the effect that an earlier stage in the enforcement process had not been complied with. A valid statutory declaration cancels the Charge Certificate and the associated 50% increase in the penalty charge and causes enforcement to revert to the NTO or appeal stage. It is a criminal offence to knowingly and wilfully make a false Statutory Declaration.

Telephone Hearing

Towing Away (Removal)

Traffic Enforcement Centre (TEC)

Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA 2004)

Traffic Penalty Tribunal

Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)

Transport Act 2000

Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM)

Witness Statement


Download this diagram from the PATROL leaflet explaining the parking penalty enforcement process

parking penalty enforcement process diagram