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  1. Why do that? Cases useful for you: 2120089430, 2110039979, 211013314A.
  2. I think what you have written is fine, just add the case number for extra punch in your own style.
  3. You do n ot need to go into detail - just register your appeal to PATAS and give full details later i.e. in P.I. box.
  4. Register Kept Under Regulation 20 of the Road Traffic (Parking Adjudicators)(London) Regulations 1993, as amended or Paragraph 21 of the Schedule to the Civil Enforcement of Parking Contraventions (England) Representations and Appeals Regulations 2007, as applicable Case Reference:2090397156 Appellant:Mr Graham William Stubbs Authority:Westminster VRM:R802ETX PCN:WM55857032 Contravention Date:14 Jun 2009 Contravention Time:00:50 Contravention Location:Rathbone Place Penalty Amount:£120.00 Contravention:Failing to comply with a sign indicating a prohibited turn Decision Date:31 Oct 2009 Adjudicator:Andrew Harman Appeal Decision:Allowed Direction:cancel the Penalty Charge Notice. Reasons:The Appellant appeared before me today accompanied by Ms Campbell. He had in his Representations in response to the Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) made submissions concerning whether or not the PCN was compliant. The Appellant submitted that the Authority had not in its Notice of Rejection addressed what he had said. I was satisfied that this was so. I was not therefore satisfied that the Authority had considered the Appellant's Representations as in law it is required to do. On hearing the Appellant on the point I was not satisfied that the information given on the PCN as to the date by which Representations should be made was correct. Paragraph 1 (3) of Schedule 1 to the London Local Authorities and Transport for London Act 2003 provides that, in effect, the recipient of a PCN has 28 days from the date of service of the PCN in which to make Representations. The PCN in this case stated that the 28 days commenced with the date of notice thereby I found shortening the time period in which Representations could be made. The penalty charge was not therefore I found for this reason enforceable. The appeal was for the reasons given allowed.
  5. Well I have quickly read and it is obvious they have not responded to all your points especially 3(2)(b).
  6. Yes, sorry, just noticed that after I posted but cannot these days seem to edit anything!
  7. You mention High Court and defective signs. Therefore, it is reasonable to assume you mean a different case. The CoA does not mention defective signs, does it? Sorry not to be omnisicent, could you give me the High Court case number to which you refer?
  8. Personal is always best as they do not attend and you can argue your case. Please post up the NOR as there may well be something wrong with it.
  9. It doesn't need the code - just the description.
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