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If you never received any notification regarding that traffic offence, then you need a statutory declaration to get this ban removed from your personal records .
A statutory declaration is a formal statement made in a prescribed way affirming that something is true to the best knowledge of the Declarant, being the person making the declaration. The statutory declaration will need to be signed in the presence of a solicitor or Notary public . The statutory declaration would effectively satisfy some legal requirement, or regulation where perhaps no other such evidence is available.
You would need to contact your local Magistrates’ Court to make a Statutory Declaration confirming that you were unaware of the proceedings against you to get this driving ban removed.
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You need to go to your local Magistrates’ Court to make a Statutory Declaration confirming that you were unaware of the proceedings against you to get this driving ban removed.