Ontario highway traffic act parking tickets
Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion Act, 2007, S. O. 2007, c. 10, Sched. K current statute July 1, 2019 (eLaws currency date)Basically, you have three options to fight your traffic ticket: OPTION 1. Plead guilty by paying the fine (a conviction is registered). OPTION 2. Visit a court office to plead guilty but make submissions about the penalty (amount of fine or time to pay) (a conviction is registered). OPTION 3. Request a trial. ontario highway traffic act parking tickets
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I have at least 10 tickets that I asked for trial on. (Toronto Markham road court)I have received no response on any of them. It is now over 4 years for that bunch. Do these just disappear after so long? Thanks for the help. CheersViper1 The provincial government adds a victim fine surcharge (VFS) to every nonparking fine imposed under the Provincial Offences Act. It is deposited into a special fund to help victims of crime. The amount of the VFS is usually 20 per cent of the imposed fine. For example, a 100 fine would result in a 20 surcharge.ontario highway traffic act parking tickets The Highway Traffic Act sets speed limits: on most Ontario highways the speed limit is 100kmhour; within a local municipality or a builtup area the speed limit is 50kmhour. In some areas, 80kmhour