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TAD Member

1 month ago

No, generally speaking you cannot be liable for the debts of your son, so as the parking tickets are his, he is liable.

However, his car should be registered at the address it is normally kept.

The Bailiffs will assume, therefore, he does live with you and try and recover the debt at your address.

You do not need to give them access, but if you tell them he is not living at your address, they will ask you to provide the address of the place he is living.

Your Son has to contact them to sort this out, as otherwise he is leaving you with it as a problem not of your making.

If he wants some advice he can contact one of our advisers on 0808 156 7730 and we will happily assist him.

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