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This blog is to highlight the unjust persecution of legitimate non-TV users at the hands of TV Licensing. These people do not require a licence and are entitled to live without the unnecessary stress and inconvenience caused by TV Licensing's correspondence and employees.

If you use equipment to receive or record live broadcast television programmes then the law requires you to have a licence and we encourage you to buy one.

Sunday, 30 September 2012

Declaring No-TV to TV Licensing: Completely Pointless

A TV licence is only required for those properties where equipment is used to watch or record TV programme services.

Anyone not using equipment in the manner described above does not require a TV licence, which is an irrefutable fact of law. Furthermore, anyone who doesn't require a TV licence is under no legal obligation to communicate, cooperate or confirm their circumstances with TV Licensing. Indeed doing so is totally pointless, as TJoKayaking explains in his latest video.

A few moments ago we tweeted about this video. Within a seconds, literally, we had received a response saying: "They've been sending warning letters to me for ages - even though they've been indoors and checked IT'S NOT TUNED IN!"

TV Licensing has no legal right to make invasive visits to confirm no-TV declarations. The tweet above serves to illustrate that assisting them is completely futile. Please download our free ebook for further information about the scandal of TV Licensing.

3 comments:

John Galt said...

Although it is a bit of a joke, it does hit home the problem of those who are legally unlicensed and the utterly appaling behavoir of the BBC in its disguise as TV Licensing.

For myself, I had to serve the Director General of the BBC with a Cease and Desist letter over continued letters and visits to the house.

Keep up the good work.

admin said...

Thanks for your kind words John.

We have an absolute belter of an article in the pipeline... something that will shake the BBC and TV Licensing more than the Shakespeare case.

John Galt said...

We have an absolute belter of an article in the pipeline... something that will shake the BBC and TV Licensing more than the Shakespeare case.

When will this mysterious article be published?