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I have received a fine from a town in Italy for an offence in mid 2017 - given the delay am I still liable?

I have received a Notice of Payment from a town in Italy for an offence dated July 2017 committed in a hire car. Given the delay am I still liable?

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Yes, there is no time limitation. They are unlikely to pursue you through UK courts, but probably best to pay up. Certainly better if you ever intend returning to Italy.
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