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    Statement - Old Infringement Notices converted into Enforcement Orders

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) has taken note of the concerns raised by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) and Fines4U, regarding old Infringement Notices that have been converted to Enforcement Orders by the Registrar of the RTIA, as well as the perceived non-conformance with the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act, 1996 as amended, by the Agency in doing so.

    Both OUTA and Fines4U are of the opinion that the RTIA does not have the authority to re-instate old infringement notices that have lapsed in terms of the prescribed time periods, as stipulated in the AARTO Act.

    The RTIA wishes to state that it did not contravene any aspect of the AARTO Act, and the Registrar has made a commitment to investigate any incidents of non-compliance, if they do exist.



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