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Solicitors for Taxi Licensing Disputes

Our Solicitors are experienced in representing Taxi Drivers and minicab operating firms. If you are experiencing any difficulties with the Local Authority regarding your Taxi Licence, call our specialist Solicitors on 0345 222 9955 or send us a message via our Contact Page.

taxi licencing disputesWe represent drivers of Hackney Carriages and Private Hire Vehicles (PHV). 

Taxi Licensing is a very complex area of law with strict conditions that must be complied with, it is vital that you receive the right advice and representation from the outset to ensure you have the best chance of being granted or retaining your taxi licence.

A Taxi Driver or Private Hire Vehicle must satisfy the requirements of the DVLA and the Local Authority has discretion on the conditions in imposes upon a Private Hire or Taxi Driver.

If you are a Taxi Driver or operator, you are governed by Taxi Laws and are required to obtain the right consent before operating for hire.

Hackney carriages are permitted to pick up passengers from the taxi rank or by being hailed down in the street however, minicabs and private hire vehicles can only pick up passengers that have booked by calling the private hire operator. A private hire driver found to be collecting passengers without booking via the private hire operator would be at risk of having their licence revoked by a Local Authority.

A Local Authority has power to revoke, refuse or suspend your taxi licence for a breach of the regulations. 

Kang & Co Solicitors have expert taxi licensing solicitors and barristers with considerable experience in defending and appealing taxi licensing matters.

We represent clients in Birmingham, Manchester, London, Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Sheffield, Derby and Leamington Spa.

Call our Taxi Licensing Solicitors on 0345 222 9955 for an initial free consultation about your case or send us a message via our Contact Page.    

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