Infraction notice by mail


I’m writing on behalf of my father-in-law who received an infraction notice by mail this week ( the week of 21 sept)

It says that his car was parked across our street at 13:38 on august 17th when the time not allowed was between 13:30 and 14:30. He never saw a ticket on his windshield.

Is it normal that he received an infraction notice by mail and not on his windshield? He doesn’t remember if he was parked there or not. What proof does the city have? Can we contest this?

Please let us know what you think.

Thanks, Melissa.

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2 Responses to “Infraction notice by mail”

  1. Melissa Says:

    Tank you.

  2. sebastien m Says:

    leaving it on the windshield is one legal way to deliver a ticket
    by mail is another…

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