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APPLYING TO GET YOUR LICENCE BACK

 

In this site we will give you what you need to know about applying to have the balance of any period of disqualification you are serving removed.

 

We will give you all the tips, the procedure and the documents to consider seriously doing the job yourself, or at least doing all of the preliminary work.

 

You could save yourself hundreds and hundreds of dollars.

 

If you have been disqualified, then after a suitable period, you can make an application to the District Court which disqualified you for an Order <

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"Has the law now changed? You used to be able to apply for a disqualification removal after 6 months of any disqualification. Dave H. - Albany

NETLAW replies: Yes. That ability has now gone. You need to read this topic carefully and note that there has been a law change,"

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"What do you do if you actually arrest someone?
David K - Timaru.

Netlaw replies - You must deliver that person forthwith to a Police officer. You must not use unreasonable force."

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I think that Home Detention is a bit of a sop. Either you go to prison or you do not! I think it is almost like getting off! Mike H - Wellington"

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"WOW . . . a great site. This topic alone is worth the entry fee. I also did my own will and had it checked by a lawyer neighbour and he said it was perfectly OK. Matt G."
"I agree heaps. I actually followed this topic to the letter and got my limited licencemyself. It took a couple of weeks but reckon it could be done in a week. Everything you said happened. The cops were good and the judge was very nice. I only had to mumble "thank you". Noel G.
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"Received phone call from the police today, they have told me they will NOT oppose anything set out in my limited licence application. They were very impressed that I had done all the work myself. Thanks NETLaw - Jake, Christchurch.

Netlaw replies: Thank you for teling us. We have had a similar letter from Auckland Central."

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"I was roughly treated at a Police interview. One cop did hit me. It was not that hard but he banged me on the top of the head and yelled that he wanted the truth. It does happen . . not as bad as you see on TV but it does happen. Kevin - North Shore"
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"WOW . . . a great site. This topic alone is worth the entry fee. I also did my own will and had it checked by a lawyer neighbour and he said it was perfectly OK. Matt G."
"I agree heaps. I actually followed this topic to the letter and got my limited licencemyself. It took a couple of weeks but reckon it could be done in a week. Everything you said happened. The cops were good and the judge was very nice. I only had to mumble "thank you". Noel G.
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