Since 2016, the capital’s motorist has been contesting a fine for obstructing the intersection, Autonews reports. The driver first proved his innocence in the traffic police, then in the bailiff service, now – in court.
According to the publication, on December 12, 2016, car inspectors fined a resident of Moscow, Vitaliy Malyavsky, at the wheel of a Land Rover for “violating the rules of the passage of intersections.” Traffic police officers considered that the motorist drove to the intersection of the carriageways during a traffic jam, thereby interfering with other traffic participants. Malyavsky was fined 1 thousand rubles.
The motorist, having first signed the protocol, then decided to challenge the decision of the police, because, in his opinion, his car did not interfere with anyone, respectively, he did not violate the SDA. A week later, the driver left an electronic complaint on the traffic police website. In February 2017, the traffic police contacted Malyavsky, asking him to come to the capital’s office and will draw up a written statement by hand.
“I arrived the very next day, wrote another complaint and showed a recording from the DVR, which shows that I did not violate anything. I was assured that the fine will be canceled, ”the publication quotes the words of a motorist.
Three months later, Malyavsky discovered that in the database of court bailiffs he was in arrears for an unpaid fine. The motorist sent the executors an official letter from the traffic police that the decision was canceled on December 29, 2016, but later it turned out that the debt was not canceled. In August 2018, the motorist’s accounts were arrested, the fine was doubled together with a performance fee of more than 2,000 rubles. The driver decided to challenge the actions of the bailiffs in court.
“I suppose that the traffic police just got to my statement late, I was acquitted retroactively, but this information was not sent to the bailiffs,” Malyavsky put forward his version of the events.
According to him, in September 2019, the world court sided with the specialists of the bailiff service, not finding “a causal link between the behavior of the FSSP officials and the claim for damages.” Malyavsky appealed the decision of the court. The next meeting will be held on February 3, 2020.