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  1. Also do I need to inform Philips or just the court and then the statutory declaration?
  2. Thanks again, just really concerned as the letter mentions an application for an arrest warrant which obviously is something I could well do without! I've just looked up and there is no specific North East London court but there is for Waltham Forest which is where my previous address was, best place to start I guess...
  3. Thanks for that hallowitch, so I should contact the court then to find out the details of the offence and then make a statutory declaration?
  4. Hi all, In a bit of a panic as I've been passed a letter from a company called Philips who are apparently chasing a debt owed to HMCS North East London and they have a distress warrant out on me. I have no idea what the fine (£525) is for but am worried that if I inform them of my new address or engage in any communication with them that they will chase further without any indication as to the offence I am supposed to have committed. So do I contact Philips, the court or anyone else? Your help would be much appreciated, under a bit of stress with this one. Thanks in ad
  5. So if I wait then I get the chance to formally say that I didn't receive the decision or will I have to somehow prove this (not sure how I could do that anyway). When you say revert back does that mean they'll just reconfirm the decision but give me time to pay at the unpenalised rate? Is there any danger at all that they will try and make me pay the £150 per pcn if I follow this within reasonable timescales? Thanks for your help to date...
  6. But if it then gets referred back would it not possibly mean I end up paying more anyway if the adjudicator decides so? It was the council that said I could pay the £100 per ticket when I called them and it wasn't a deal I tried to make with them. Surely this would help. I kind of reluctantly accept paying the £100 per ticket but don't want to pay anymore...
  7. Hi All, Firstly a cautionary note, I appealed 4 x Parking tickets for parking on a double yellow that was highly damaged and had no T bars at either end and had my appeals rejected as I was accused (rightly though) that I had sought to gain advantage with a technicality. The problem I have is that I did not receive the letter informing me that my appeal had failed from the adjudicator and have since received 4 letters asking for £150 for each offence. I called the council (Redbridge) who informed me that my appeals had failed. I then explained that I didn't receive the response and t
  8. Hi All, Firstly a cautionary note, I appealed 4 x Parking tickets for parking on a double yellow that was highly damaged and had no T bars at either end. The problem I have is that I did not receive the letter informing me that my appeal had failed from the adjudicator and have since received 4 letters asking for £150 for each offence. I called the council (Redbridge) who informed me that my appeals had failed. I then explained that I didn't receive the response and they suggested I send in £100 per ticket along with a letter explaining this and they "should" accept this. What I
  9. Hi, Some help needed. Can someone please confirm the enforceability [sic] of double yellow lines when they are not "blocked off" at either end? Thanks Spanner79
  10. I thought that was the case but no harm in checking. The wording looks correct so I'd better go and pay it... Thanks Anyway
  11. Hi, Just wondered if I had any grounds for the following. Issued with a PCN from Redbridge council for being over a double yellow (about 1-2 feet). Wasn't obstructing anything as it is a big road etc. Anything I can check before paying? Also I no longer own the car...would this change anything? Thanks in advance Spanner
  12. OK I may have made myself look stupid. Would I just reply then if they choose to refer this to a collection agency then but otherwise leave them to do the chasing? Fifi - from reading the info on here it is not the offence that you are disputing but the whole concept of charging (in this case £100) for failing to show a ticket worth approx £2. They are attempting to charge damages which in no way accounts for such a charge. This is the first time I have attempted this and still not sure how successful it will be but by the looks of it there is a good chance as all of the predicted r
  13. Surely I have to write back don't I? Would I not be accepting liability by ignoring it. I think I'd rather just send another standard letter without drawing their attention to their accusation unless anyone here can suggest what the best course of action would be? Spanner
  14. Just to update, I sent the first letter and received one back saying they had received my appeal and that I would hear back within 6 weeks. Just had another letter saying that as they have photographic evidence and that the DVLA have confirmed my ownership of the vehicle that the charge still applies. Having read the information of here the following statement in the letter is laughable... "The vehicle at the time that the PCN was rendered was being driven with your apparent authority, furthermore the driver had apparent authority to enter into the contract with us on your behal
  15. Thanks Mossycat - I'll update this to let you all know how I get on...
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