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If you are applying for a parking infringement and you were not the driver at the time, please click here for the Nomination Form.
For all other infringements, please continue
Exceptional circumstances are events that were unforeseen, for example:
Attachment needed: documentation that supports the exceptional circumstance, including its time and date.
Special circumstances apply if the person that received the parking fine was affected at the time of the offence by:
Attachment needed: evidence from a medical practitioner, social worker or drug and alcohol counsellor.
Contrary to law
This means that you believe no parking offence took place. An example of this is receiving a notice for parking in a Loading Zone on a Saturday when the zone rules apply Monday to Friday.
Attachments may be needed to show the information on the signage.
Mistake of identity
This means that either you weren't the driver who committed the parking offence (the car was stolen or driven by someone else), or your registration number was recorded incorrectly.
This means that you were not aware that you had an infringement notice. You must make an appeal within 14 days of becoming aware of the infringement notice. You are not entitled to apply for appeal under this ground if you have moved address and not notified VicRoads within 14 days of change of address.
Please note that Council will not withdraw your infringement under this ground and will only consider waiving additional costs as may be warranted.
Attachment: You must provide evidence to support your claim that you were unaware.
I declare the information that I have provided in this application and any attachments to this application are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
I understand the Infringements Act 2006 only allows for one internal review of an infringement notice, and Council is not required to consider any further correspondence in relation to a further review of the infringement notice once a decision has been made.