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Appeal
I have lost the appeal form (exemption request form) attached to my offence notice. How do I appeal?
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Offence notice | Appeal
How do you designate another driver?
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You can carry out your procedure on line by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online".

You have two possibilities:

  • You can follow the procedure online by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online". You then save the cost of postage by recorded delivery.
  • You can send your request or your complaint by registered letter with recorded delivery to the postal address of the officer at the public ministry which figures at the bottom right on the front of the fine notice.

If you carry out the procedures online:

You will need your offence notice which you received as well as the identity, the contact details and the driving license number of the person who was driving the vehicle at the time the offence was committed.

To identify yourself on the ANTAI website you will need:

  • The fine notice number (top left of the green sheet you have received).
  • Your last name as entered on the fine notice or the company name for which you are the legal representative. 
  • The fine notice date.
  • The registration number of the vehicle.

Once you have entered the identifiers you have to select one of the following situations : "I owned this vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had freely lent it to somebodyor "I owned the vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had loaned it out".

Then follow the naming procedure.

If you don't carry out your procedures on line, you then have to use the form attached to your offence notice and:

  • fill in the first part of the form (your last name, first name, etc.) as well as the obligatory information indicated with an asterisk (*);
  • tick case 2 of the form;
  • tick one of the cases corresponding to the situation of the vehicle loaned or leased; transferred or sold;
  • fill in the second part of the form with the contact details of the driver and fill in the obligatory information indicated by an asterisk (*);
  • attach the original of the fine unless this was sent to you by email;
  • date and sign in the box provided for this.

On line or by post, do not make any payment or consignment.

Note: you have a deadline of 45 days to send in your contestation. 

Appeal | Offence file
How can I be sure that my appeal has been taken into account?
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Appeal
After having been ticketed for a parking offence, I cannot appeal against the offence notice with the municipal police: Is this normal?
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You can follow the progress status of your file using the on-line tracking of your appeal. For this, have your offence notice to hand and click on the following link: "track your appeal on line".

You can then be sure that your appeal has indeed been taken into account.

When an officer records an offence, the information is automatically sent to the National Processing Centre (CNT) in Rennes. The ticketing agent cannot access your file. You therefore have to wait for the offence notice which will give you all the useful details of the offence itself and on the procedures for paying or appealing your fine.

Appeal
I have lost the appeal form (exemption request form) attached to my offence notice. How do I appeal?
41631
Display answer

You can carry out your procedure on line by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online".

Offence notice | Appeal
How do you designate another driver?
11793
Display answer

You have two possibilities:

  • You can follow the procedure online by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online". You then save the cost of postage by recorded delivery.
  • You can send your request or your complaint by registered letter with recorded delivery to the postal address of the officer at the public ministry which figures at the bottom right on the front of the fine notice.

If you carry out the procedures online:

You will need your offence notice which you received as well as the identity, the contact details and the driving license number of the person who was driving the vehicle at the time the offence was committed.

To identify yourself on the ANTAI website you will need:

  • The fine notice number (top left of the green sheet you have received).
  • Your last name as entered on the fine notice or the company name for which you are the legal representative. 
  • The fine notice date.
  • The registration number of the vehicle.

Once you have entered the identifiers you have to select one of the following situations : "I owned this vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had freely lent it to somebodyor "I owned the vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had loaned it out".

Then follow the naming procedure.

If you don't carry out your procedures on line, you then have to use the form attached to your offence notice and:

  • fill in the first part of the form (your last name, first name, etc.) as well as the obligatory information indicated with an asterisk (*);
  • tick case 2 of the form;
  • tick one of the cases corresponding to the situation of the vehicle loaned or leased; transferred or sold;
  • fill in the second part of the form with the contact details of the driver and fill in the obligatory information indicated by an asterisk (*);
  • attach the original of the fine unless this was sent to you by email;
  • date and sign in the box provided for this.

On line or by post, do not make any payment or consignment.

Note: you have a deadline of 45 days to send in your contestation. 

Appeal | Offence file
How can I be sure that my appeal has been taken into account?
14151
Display answer

You can follow the progress status of your file using the on-line tracking of your appeal. For this, have your offence notice to hand and click on the following link: "track your appeal on line".

You can then be sure that your appeal has indeed been taken into account.

Appeal
After having been ticketed for a parking offence, I cannot appeal against the offence notice with the municipal police: Is this normal?
11874
Display answer

When an officer records an offence, the information is automatically sent to the National Processing Centre (CNT) in Rennes. The ticketing agent cannot access your file. You therefore have to wait for the offence notice which will give you all the useful details of the offence itself and on the procedures for paying or appealing your fine.

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A Private individual | Appeal
I have lost the appeal form (exemption request form) attached to my offence notice. How do I appeal?
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Offence notice | Appeal
How do you designate another driver?
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You can carry out your procedure on line by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online".

You have two possibilities:

  • You can follow the procedure online by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online". You then save the cost of postage by recorded delivery.
  • You can send your request or your complaint by registered letter with recorded delivery to the postal address of the officer at the public ministry which figures at the bottom right on the front of the fine notice.

If you carry out the procedures online:

You will need your offence notice which you received as well as the identity, the contact details and the driving license number of the person who was driving the vehicle at the time the offence was committed.

To identify yourself on the ANTAI website you will need:

  • The fine notice number (top left of the green sheet you have received).
  • Your last name as entered on the fine notice or the company name for which you are the legal representative. 
  • The fine notice date.
  • The registration number of the vehicle.

Once you have entered the identifiers you have to select one of the following situations : "I owned this vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had freely lent it to somebodyor "I owned the vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had loaned it out".

Then follow the naming procedure.

If you don't carry out your procedures on line, you then have to use the form attached to your offence notice and:

  • fill in the first part of the form (your last name, first name, etc.) as well as the obligatory information indicated with an asterisk (*);
  • tick case 2 of the form;
  • tick one of the cases corresponding to the situation of the vehicle loaned or leased; transferred or sold;
  • fill in the second part of the form with the contact details of the driver and fill in the obligatory information indicated by an asterisk (*);
  • attach the original of the fine unless this was sent to you by email;
  • date and sign in the box provided for this.

On line or by post, do not make any payment or consignment.

Note: you have a deadline of 45 days to send in your contestation. 

A Private individual | Appeal
I have lost the appeal form (exemption request form) attached to my offence notice. How do I appeal?
Read answer

You can carry out your procedure on line by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online".

Offence notice | Appeal
How do you designate another driver?
Read answer

You have two possibilities:

  • You can follow the procedure online by clicking on the following link: "Appeal online". You then save the cost of postage by recorded delivery.
  • You can send your request or your complaint by registered letter with recorded delivery to the postal address of the officer at the public ministry which figures at the bottom right on the front of the fine notice.

If you carry out the procedures online:

You will need your offence notice which you received as well as the identity, the contact details and the driving license number of the person who was driving the vehicle at the time the offence was committed.

To identify yourself on the ANTAI website you will need:

  • The fine notice number (top left of the green sheet you have received).
  • Your last name as entered on the fine notice or the company name for which you are the legal representative. 
  • The fine notice date.
  • The registration number of the vehicle.

Once you have entered the identifiers you have to select one of the following situations : "I owned this vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had freely lent it to somebodyor "I owned the vehicle at the time of the offence but: I had loaned it out".

Then follow the naming procedure.

If you don't carry out your procedures on line, you then have to use the form attached to your offence notice and:

  • fill in the first part of the form (your last name, first name, etc.) as well as the obligatory information indicated with an asterisk (*);
  • tick case 2 of the form;
  • tick one of the cases corresponding to the situation of the vehicle loaned or leased; transferred or sold;
  • fill in the second part of the form with the contact details of the driver and fill in the obligatory information indicated by an asterisk (*);
  • attach the original of the fine unless this was sent to you by email;
  • date and sign in the box provided for this.

On line or by post, do not make any payment or consignment.

Note: you have a deadline of 45 days to send in your contestation.