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Further to Martin's project to expose the lack of legitimacy of the Traffic Penalty Tribunals, he has summarised the state of play as he sees it in a handy reference document.

"The hearing was unfair as it demonstrated the TPT does not have a duty to uphold the law, or act as a court of law, but instead to bows to the opinion of the DVLA"

"The omission of this crucial information constitutes a form of fraud, leading to entrapment"

"The hearing was unfair as the TPT knowingly acted to aid NCC in committing a conversion tort against MG"

The conclusion that I draw is that these tribunals have neither lawful nor legal standing and are simply put up by the "authorities" to appear to be courts, but which are in law no more than private arbitrators that deploy legal flummery to operate against the interests of the motorist.