"The wording of section 14 of the Civil Evidence Act 1968, says privilege applies to 'proceedings for an offence or the recovery of a penalty'.
I would suggest the latter applies here, although I accept the term 'offence' suggests a criminal offence rather than a civil dispute."
"I am not going to reveal who was driving because the driver had no licence and I fear he or she may be prosecuted for that."
NeverAgain wrote: »
...so in summary the whole point is in fact a moot point...
It certainly seems so to me.
And I can't see it ever being tested in the circumstances we are talking about here.
kahlenb wrote: »
I am new here, and just happened across this thread while googling the NPO's. today i recieved a court date for just such an order from Excel Parking (Vehicle control services). I have a court date for the 4th of july for the NPO and the 18th for the main hearing for the case against me. As ever, I was not the driver in my case and replied to the court as such, now they want an NPO to make me tell them, unfortunately I was away from home (at work) when the car was used by one of my family members. I have no way of knowing who was driving, or giving them the evidence they require, so i'm stuck, stressed and worried sick.
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