Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide

An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

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BAILIFFS - The Law and Your Rights

Written by John Kruse, one of the leading experts on Bailiff Law, this consumer friendly guide is essential reading for anyone who comes into contact with a bailiff.

The book is easy to understand and clearly explains the rights a bailiff has, and also what they cannot do when collecting debts and repossessing goods etc.

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    Default Definition of "Parked" when used on a PCN

    A friend of mine was waiting in her vehicle in High Street, Harrow, while her companion was collecting items from an adjacent shop.

    She was stationary with two wheels on the pavement and where there were double yellows. Not being local to the area (Living in Bedfordshire) thought little of it until a week later when a pcnicon arrived in the post.

    It was issued via a CCTV operator, with the contravention recorded as "parked with one or more wheels on any part of and urban road other than a carriageway (footway parking)"

    Besides the shock of realising that Big Brother operates in the London area, her contention was that she was not parked, simply waiting.

    Do any members know whether there is a definition of parking, other than in a dictionary (and mine says "leave (temporarily) a vehicle")?

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    Default Re: Definition of "Parked" when used on a PCN

    All she would be allowed to do would be to stop to allow passengers to get in or out of the vehicle. The fact that she was in the car is of no relevance. She was effectively parked. The definition of parked from the dictionary is:-

    "To put or leave (a vehicle) for a time in a certain location."

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    You were not waiting in a stationary traffic queue, therefore the vehicle was parked. And as a motorist she ought to have known not to park on the pavement.

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