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A good starting point is the Infotracer.com search tool. Within 15 days of receiving the ticket, you must choose one of the following options: Plead guilty but make submissions about penalty (e.g., amount of fine or time to pay).

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How do I fill out a Notice of Intention to Appear?

It is vital that the information recorded on this document is written neatly, correctly and completely to ensure that notification, when mailed, will be directed properly. If your ticket says that you must attend court to request a trial, then you will be required to complete a Notice of Intention to Appear at the court office.

Running a license plate search to check on another person is illegal in most circumstances, but many services will collect public information linked to a plate.

Defendants can also find general information about the court process for provincial offences cases at the Ontario Court of Justice website. Look up license plate numbers easily from you laptop, PC or mobile wherever you are. Country* State* Other Country* License Plate Type* License Plate Number* Is this a rental or temporary vehicle?

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Provincial offences are regulatory (non-criminal) offences that include, but are not limited to: Many enforcement agencies can issue tickets, including: The province transferred responsibility for the administration of the provincial offences courts to municipalities across Ontario. The Guide to Appeals in Provincial Offences Cases provides defendants with general information about the court process for appeals for provincial offences cases. [CDATA[*/ For ticketable offences, the set fine amount is ordered by the Chief Judge or the Regional Senior Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice as an amount payable by the defendant instead of going to court to contest the charge. You have the right to challenge your tickets in court. For legal advice, please read more about finding a lawyer. Defendants pay court costs for the service of the ticket and/or summons and upon conviction of an offence. Failure to pay the fine imposed upon conviction by the due date will result in one or more of the following: For certain offences, including parking infractions, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation could refuse to issue or validate your vehicle permit, For certain offences, including speeding, your driver's licence could be suspended, You will be charged an additional administrative fee, Your defaulted fine will be referred to a collection agency. The guide does not provide legal advice.

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This form will require you to fill in all of the information regarding your ticket including how much you have paid so far and a specific date that you would like it extended to.

The costs are authorized by Section 60 of the Provincial Offences Act and the amount is set by regulation. If you do not respond to the ticket within 15 days, you may be convicted of the offence you are charged with.