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Parking Fine Appeal Letter

Parking Fine Appeal Letter

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 19, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

This Parking Fine Appeal Letter is used to appeal parking fines that are issued by local government bodies such as a council.

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Document Overview

This Parking Fine Appeal Letter is used to appeal parking fines that are issued by local government bodies such as a council.

Each government body has its own appeal process. For example, some councils may only accept letters as a means of submitting a review while others may only accept an online electronic request for review. 

For those bodies that accept letters, sometimes they also require an application form to be attached to the letter. 

Use this Parking Fine Appeal Letter if:

  • You wish to contest a public parking fine. 

  • You wish to add a cover letter to your application for appeal

What does this Parking Fine Appeal Letter Cover?

  • Review reasons

  • Evidence 

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