THE Balearic association of car traders yesterday welcomed the Palma High Court's ruling that the buying and selling of second-hand vehicles on the streets of Palma is no longer permitted. Praising the ruling the association challenged Palma city council to enforce the new ruling which will bring an end to private vehicle owners trying to sell their vehicles by slapping a for sale poster on the car and leaving it parked “on-show” in the street. The ruling states that the trading of second hand cars in public places is illegal. The court's decision is an important victory for the association which has been fighting for action to be taken since March last year. A spokesperson said that now the Local Police have the go ahead to take action “we hope the city council enforces the new law.”


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