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  1. Hi dogsarecool welcome to the site im so pleased you have found your way over here hang in there and you will get the help you need to sort this out as for the statutory declaration the solicitor should not be advising you to lie on it (regarding the car) it is a criminal offence to lie on a stat dec and not worth the hassle there is every chance the bailiff already knows it belongs to your son I would put all good expect vehicle reg No ABC 123 which belongs to Mr xxxx xxx and the (make)laptop which is on HP putting the name of the owner of the car on the stat dec wont mak
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  2. Whilst I've not had any dealings (personally) with Athena/Lidl. The sequence of events seems to be fairly standard across all Private Parking Companies (PPC's) especially where ANPR systems are involved. 1. Parking Charge Notice. 2. Parking Charge Notice (Reminder). 3. Parking Charge Notice (Final Demand). 4. Debt Collection Agency Letter. Which will usually add another £40 or £50 on top of the original invoice. 5. Debt Collection Agency (Letter #2). Why haven't you paid? You have to pay! We'll tell our clients about you if you don't! 6. Debt Collection Agency (Letter #3). We
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  3. To help you to understand the POPLA code, although there are online "checkers" for these provided by a few, Parking Prankster for one. It breaks down as follows. The first 3 digits, in ANPR's case, 041. Are the operator code that POPLA use to identify the operator of the car park, and the charge issuer. The next 3 digits is the day of the year that it was issued. For instance, if the code was generated on 2nd January, that would be 002. If if was generated on 1st Feb it would be 032 and so on. The 7th digit refers to the year it was issued. For last year, that would be a 3. For this y
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