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No. Not for a very long time.
There has been case law on the point that requires them only to be 'substantially compliant'
Generally speaking, if the adjudicator is of the view that it was possible to tell upon reasonable inspection that the line was a yellow line and therefore what a motorist should or should not do as a result then the PCN will be enforced.
if they are so badly broken that they created genuine confusion then that is different.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I think I would probably appeal that.
Clearly it is badly maintained.
I do think it is possible to argue that you would have known it was a yellow line but it is the sort of poor maintenance that could go either way.
Oh the informal appeal will always be rejected.
It is the adjudicator that will dispense proper justice
I would appeal but that is me.
There are few appeals beyond the Adjudicator. Then it tends to get expensive.
I wouldn't pursue it beyond that.
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