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Old 05-02-2003, 06:30   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up NSW Speed Camera Victims - read this!

Soon, you may be able to get your money back!!!!

A major NSW Law Firm is preparing a Class Action - If you have ever been fined, Lost Driver Points, Lost your Licence, Lost your job as a result of losing your licence, Had any property seized, Been prevented from dealing with the RTA, Lost your house or car or anything else as a result of losing your Licence, Been refused insurance or Finance or suffered any form of Loss or Damage whatsoever as a result of a Camera Detected Offence then help is on its way.

See this: http://www.aussiemotorists.com/

More news will be posted as it comes to hand...
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this should provide light entertainment...
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Old 05-02-2003, 08:35   #4 (permalink)
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I can only see it making a difference in the situation when you were booked driving someone else's car.
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An interesting point of view!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the infringement notice provide an opportunity to name the person driving the car?

All the same, I wish the guy luck; setting a precedent for other people ripped off by the Kodak Kops.
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I think the fact that the infringement notice is termed a 'penalty notice' is the first problem... and it's downhill from there.
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some lawyer trying to make a name for themselves.. but then again, if you don't try you don't win
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Old 05-03-2003, 01:38   #8 (permalink)
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the law is more about the letter of the law rather than the underlying principle nowadays... i read thru the page, the case has IMO a real chance of success based purely upon the legislation being worded incorrectly
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so, if by some outside chance the legal eagles win or whatever ....

the law is simply going to be changed ...
tough sh!t, but that is the way of things ......

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if someone cops a fine, has lost thier licence, or ended up in goal, then thats the way it should be.

I have no pity for the serious offenderes, just the ones caught doing less than 5-10 ks over the limits!
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