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N.S. eyes penalties for late fines (July 01, 2001)

HALIFAX, N.S. - Nova Scotia's Tories are mulling the idea of charging interest on the late payment of traffic fines, ranging from speeding and seat belt infractions right down to parking tickets.The p...


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HALIFAX, N.S. – Nova Scotia’s Tories are mulling the idea of charging interest on the late payment of traffic fines, ranging from speeding and seat belt infractions right down to parking tickets.

The proposal, if adopted, would see interest start to pile up after 30 days. n


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