"Reasonable Cause"

Since "Reasonable Cause" has not been the subject of case law, why does the DVLA think they can do this. 


Their guidance says "It is the DVLA's view that it is a reasonable cause for businesses and landowners to seek redress where vehicles have been parked without authorisation or without paying the relevant charges for parking on private property"


They then go onto add that is is Home Office policy and not the Department for Transport's.


Note: If you believe your data has been misused, the department at the DVLA with responsibility for checking this is called "Data Sharing and Protection Group".

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