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The High Court has fined a driver for driving without a license plate after buying a car

The Supreme Court dealt with the issue of punishing a car owner caught driving with missing warning signs. His plan for unpunished traffic violations failed.

This time, the Supreme Court came to the attention of a curious case that started in late 2022. A certain Bulavtsev PP filed a complaint with the court against the verdict of the lower court and was “accepted” by traffic police officers on December 14, 2022. Their attention was drawn to a Toyota driven by this citizen, which was driving without license plates. For this purpose, a protocol was drawn up against Bulavtsev under Part 2 of Art. 12.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses – driving without license plates. Because it involves a fine or deprivation of “rights” for up to three months, the case was taken to court.

And on March 13, 2022, the Kirovsky District Court of Omsk sentenced the driver to a fine of 5,000 rubles. He was really lucky – he was left with “scabs”. But he was still dissatisfied with the verdict and appealed. All higher courts sided with the first instance and the case reached the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. He studied his material and discovered that the car in which the police caught Bulavtsev had been imported from Kyrgyzstan to Russia. And the plaintiff bought it from the original owner-importer. This is confirmed by the purchase and sale agreement. Please note that the claimant submitted this document, dated December 6, 2022, to the court.

That is, the ten-day period during which the new owner of a car has the right to drive it without license plates (before registration with the traffic police) had not yet expired at the time when Bulavtsev was stopped by the traffic police. In fact, it was precisely this circumstance that motivated the citizen’s need to exempt him from paying the fine. He also stated in his complaint that he registered the car on December 16, the tenth day allotted to him by law.

And everything would be fine. But unfortunately for Bulavtsev, the case contained material about a new violation of traffic rules – dated April 29, 2022. Subsequently, he was fined under Part 1 of Art. 12.5 of the Administrative Code – apparently for driving a vehicle with improperly tinted windows. The spicy part of the situation is that he was stopped “for tinting” in the same Toyota and also without license plates. Thus, it was revealed that the purchase and sale agreement submitted by Bulavtsev to the court was a “filkin’s letter.” In fact, he drove around without a license plate in his car, which was not registered with the traffic police, not since December 6, 2022, but at least since April 29 of the same year. That is, much longer than the allowed 10 days.

As they say, it is very convenient: every 10 days you rewrite the purchase and sale agreement for new dates and present it to the traffic police if something happens. And you break traffic rules with impunity (due to the lack of license plates) under the lenses of police cameras. In general, the Supreme Court took into account all the circumstances of the case and upheld the fine of 5,000 rubles for the very cunning Bulavtsev.

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This time, the Supreme Court came to the attention of a curious case that started in late 2022. A certain Bulavtsev PP filed a complaint with the court against the verdict of the lower court and was “accepted” by traffic police officers on December 14, 2022. Their attention was drawn to a Toyota driven by this citizen, which was driving without license plates. For this purpose, a protocol was drawn up against Bulavtsev under Part 2 of Art. 12.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses – driving without license plates. Because it involves a fine or deprivation of “rights” for up to three months, the case was taken to court.

And on March 13, 2022, the Kirovsky District Court of Omsk sentenced the driver to a fine of 5,000 rubles. He was really lucky – he was left with “scabs”. But he was still dissatisfied with the verdict and appealed. All higher courts sided with the first instance and the case reached the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. He studied his material and discovered that the car in which the police caught Bulavtsev had been imported from Kyrgyzstan to Russia. And the plaintiff bought it from the original owner-importer. This is confirmed by the purchase and sale agreement. Please note that the claimant submitted this document, dated December 6, 2022, to the court.

That is, the ten-day period during which the new owner of a car has the right to drive it without license plates (before registration with the traffic police) had not yet expired at the time when Bulavtsev was stopped by the traffic police. In fact, it was precisely this circumstance that motivated the citizen’s need to exempt him from paying the fine. He also stated in his complaint that he registered the car on December 16, the tenth day allotted to him by law.

And everything would be fine. But unfortunately for Bulavtsev, the case contained material about a new violation of traffic rules – dated April 29, 2022. Subsequently, he was fined under Part 1 of Art. 12.5 of the Administrative Code – apparently for driving a vehicle with improperly tinted windows. The spicy part of the situation is that he was stopped “for tinting” in the same Toyota and also without license plates. Thus, it was revealed that the purchase and sale agreement that Bulavtsev submitted to the court was a “filkin’s letter”. In fact, he drove around without a license plate in his car, which was not registered with the traffic police, not since December 6, 2022, but at least since April 29 of the same year. That is, much longer than the allowed 10 days.

As they say, it is very convenient: every 10 days you rewrite the purchase and sale agreement for new dates and present it to the traffic police if something happens. And you break traffic rules with impunity (due to the lack of license plates) under the lenses of police cameras. In general, the Supreme Court took into account all the circumstances of the case and upheld the fine of 5,000 rubles for the very cunning Bulavtsev.

Source: Avto Vzglyad

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