Yes. I used a comprehensive policy from another car giving me third party liability
The second case of no insurance, I was covered on a different car. As I was purchasing a new car and I was under the impression that if I had permission and that the seller was insured, I would be covered. Insurance was in place for a different car (fully comp) and the new car (third party).
At the time, I should have been yes. Financially there were no problems, just a case of the company cancelling the policy due to not receiving my no claims proof. The But I still had the certificate so wouldn't that have covered me under s148/151 rta 88?
Ok thank you.
I believed I was insured on a third party basis as legally the car did not belong to me. It was covered on the seller's side and mine. I pleaded not guilty as I wasn't the owner of the car
I was insured
It allowed me to drive any other vehicle with owners consent and owner had insurance. It did, my policy covered me.
Even the judge said legally I wasn’t the owner, but as burden of proof turned to me, it probably was my car.
And yes it was in force at the time
If the car belonged to me then I would need a separate policy to cover the car.
As i didnt own the car i could drive it under my comprehensive policy and stay legal.
Hyperthecially, if I drove your car (assuming you drive), what would I need to be road legal?
Its quite a grey area as its not in the law books. Or case law come to think of it. Thank you for that. And last point?
Procedural mistakes made by cps?
Being ambushed in court by a witness I didn't know about
I didn't think so at the time but guess I was. I know what you're going to say lol. But thank you for your help. Oh one more.
The sentences for 2nd no insurance and speeding. They differ quite a lot. Are they supposed to be proportionate?
Whilst Ive had a think, is there away to appeal against procedural errors, I.e. Court order broken and section 8 cpia request refused, but for the prosecution to use it along with items that were not on disclosure list?