i transferred my car , i received a letter from DVLA once my car had been without mot for 3 months ,then they stopped my tax, was followed by police in that 3 months , 3 times, but never stopped , but no problems , comes up as a private car
Don’t forget to bill them for removal of clamp and your time, but make sure you do not damage it or they may try to claim you damaged it and claim Criminal Damage. Always take a photo of it before and after removal With witness (if possible) standing beside, (Material Evidence).
A lot more information is required on how to go about taking ownership of cars, the deregistration process, road tax etc, the biggest problem the common law court faces is getting all the relavent information out there and the common law court forum seems to be failing in that respect, the forums need more moderators and people or places to get that information from, an advertising campaign for the common law court is needed to bring in more people to support it, donate and so on, so I’m asking, please could the common law court please make the effort to get these things done? the survival of the common law court is massively important, if it doesn’t happen then we ALL face being swept under the carpet, ignored and ALL our rights being taken away for ever, we must tackle this problem now while there is still time.
I have just claimed ownership over my car and selected ‘I need new common law registration plates’, do I now have to remove my dvla plates from my car and inform them of new ownership? I’m trying to figure out how this works. I’m assuming my car is not under common law jurisdiction until the DVLA owned plates are returned?
I have a question.
Why are we registering our cars as ‘Motor Vehicles’ if we are describing our cars as automobiles for the sole purpose the road has rules for ‘Motor vehicles’. Surely identifying as a motor vehicle prevents us from using the loophole?