I was wondering if any has any advice for me on a bit of a situation I got involved in. So, I was employed for a motorcycle magazine here in Victoria and part of my role was road testing bikes and writing reviews on them. The magazine or the bike company always paid any road tolls as part of the testing. About a year ago four over due fines turned up on a certain bike manufactures desk and they where forwarded onto the mag I worked for to pay. The bike manufacturer stated they never received the initial fine and didn't want to pay the overdue fine which was about $140 each. So the mag editor asked for my licence and for me to sign a form to put the toll in my name, they said it would be easier for them to write and letter and fight the fine - as in they are happy to pay the initial fine, but not the over due one. I didn't giver this to much thought at the time as I knew if they lost they'd still pay up regardless, or so I thought. A couple of months later the magazine was sold to another publisher, I left the company and did't think to much about it until I received another late notice. I contacted the editor, sent him the fines, and filled out a form to make him be able to speak on my behalf as he has all the information at hand. We filled out a revocation form and wrote a letter explaining the circumstances. I received a letter last week saying the revocation was refused and now my choices are to pay the fine and go to court. The editor has since retired and he was my main point of contact. So where does this leave me, should I get a lawyer or go to court and represent myself to explain my situation? Can I make the editor, motorcycle company come to court as well to explain the situation too? Any useful advice would be helpful before I go back to the publisher and explain the situation and worse case they refuse to pay up I'd just like to know my options. cheers.