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    you most certainly ignore any DCA on any debt no matter what type it is they are NOT BAILIFFS and have ZERO legal powers . just for point of clarity upon ignore... you do not ignore a letter entitled 'letter of claim' from a parking company or a solicitor acting for the parking co. seems like Broomfield has gone to the dogs in the last 15yrs from when I used to do work there, charging staff to park!! bit like a stealth wage cut, you all should complain and refuse to have to pay anything under whatever stealth wages cut scheme they invent, little the trust can do about it. dx
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    Of course if you really do not need all the hassle and call out fee £100 and know a friend a competent one who is handy...the part costs £12.45 and take 10 mins to fit....I did the same with mine. Check your manual for the correct part serial number and power. https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/153649457432?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=153649457432&targetid=856868472433&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1007200&poi=&campaignid=7412990551&mkgroupid=89866911273&rlsatarget=pla-856868472433&abcId=1139356&merchantid=1130 Obviously not an option for some.....but you now have an idea of the part and price.
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    the demand is for unauthoried parking so this is like any other demand for things like no stopping etc inasmuch as you arent being offered terms for a parking event so you cant ever agree to terms. that makes the demand an unlawful penalty charge. As far as contracts go it is like me suing you for not murdering my wife when clearly the only way of fulfilling that contract is to break the law so no lawful contract can be formed in the first place, hence no breach can occur. The parking co's know this but honesty has never earnt them a penny so they have to bully and lie to get money out of people
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    You can ask the bank, and they will order them for you.
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    Yes there all in our CAG Library https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/370-cag-library-subforums/
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    Has the expert given a date for the site visit? Maybe someone else can help but I’m not sure what the protocol is for a site visit like this where the parties are in attendance e.g. can you speak with the expert, ask him questions, point him towards things etc.
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