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  1. I contacted Northamptonshire County Council with the document as advised by the various experienced member here. After 3 weeks, I have today received their reply: "After carefully considering your challenge, I am pleased to inform you that on this occassion the notice has been withdrawn as a gesture of goodwill but should remind you that it is the drivers responsibility to ensure that a valid pay and display ticket is clearly displayed at all times." So, finally a bit of humane goodwill and a successful challenge !! Many thanks to everybody here..
  2. I parked my car on 27th May at 20:28 Purchased a parking ticket and displayed it on my dashboard. Returned to the car at 21:55 to find a PCN stick on my windscreen. The Notice state the following ‘ Enforcement officer XXXX had reason to believe that the following contravention had occurred and that a penalty charge is now payable: Contravention: Code: 83 Parked in a car park without clearly displaying a valid pay & display ticket or voucher or parking clock. Time of contravention: 20:39 On further checking, I noticed the ticket had been blew off the dashboard and on the
  3. AN Update: I submitted the form with details of my German friend, within a week of receiving the NIP. As of today, 17th November, neither myself nor the German have received any further communication from West Midland Police. Perhaps the case is Closed!
  4. Couple of weeks ago, a German friend and family came over to visit. I lent them my car for the weekend. Today, I received Notice of Intended Prosecution from West Midland Police. Apparently, my car was caught doing 70mph on M6 between J4 & J5 where there is a variable speed limit of 60mph!! The NIP asked for information of the driver. Should I submit the name and address of my German friend? What would happen to him? Will he be prosecuted in German, or call to face the music in West Midlands? I wonder if anyone had similar experience and can give me some advice, please. Many tha
  5. I work in a small garage who own several company cars. We are allowed to use these cars to pick up customers etc., On 10 April 2013, one of the company car was photographed doing 35 mph on a 30 mph limit area. The following week, a Notice of Intended Prosecution was received. As the owner cannot identify who the driver was, he requested further information. A couple of letters were exchange in the ensuring two months. At the end of October 2013, the Garage received a Summon to appear at the Magistration Court. The owner pleaded not guilty on the provided form. Now a hearing date has bee
  6. I have been made bankruptin October 2005 and discharged a year later. My only asset was the heavilymortgaged house I own in joint names with my wife. In November 2008, theJoint Trustees applied to Court for possession and sale of the property. The Court ruled that ‘onehalf of the beneficial interest in the property is vested in the Applicants(Joint Trustees) under section 306 of the Insolvency Act 1986. The Court ordered: (1) Therespondent do deliver up possession of the property to the Applicant forthwith. (2) The Applicant may sale the property and(3) The Applicant
  7. On a windy day in September2011, I parked at Willen Lake and paid for a ticket. I placed the ticket on mydashboard. When I returned to the car, a ‘Fixed Penalty Charge’ (FPC) was fixedto my window. Apparently, the ticket hasfallen to the floor!! I wrote to Napier withcopy of the Parking Ticket complete with Receipt to appeal the ‘FPC’, but hadno reply. Several months went bywithout further communication. But out of the blue, I had a message on myanswerphone at home today from TNC Collections. Without knowing who or whatthey are, I called them. They said thatthey are collecting on be
  8. Well, we have all been there before, Scarlettuk Don’t worry too much. You just have to face up to it. Don’t let the Banks bully you. As long as you can prove that you are able to resume payment and pay something towards the arrear, the judge would be incline to suspend any eviction. Have faith in this Forum. They are, in many ways, better than a lawyer in is situations.
  9. Following our Court hearing on 18th August, we received a letter from Paratus yesterday: Quote: Thank you for your recent payment proposal to address the arrears on your mortgage account. We can confirm that your proposal is acceptable. The expected payments and agreed term is shown in the schedule. Unquote They seemed oblivious to the fact that they issued a Warrant for Eviction, and we went to Court …………… Or they have actually written this letter 2 months ago, but forgot to send it out!!?? There was no mention of the fees and charges incurred by the court case. We
  10. Thank you for your valuable advice. They are accepted and will be followed.
  11. Thank you Ell-enn. Yes I will. I will write to them for confirmation that they will initiate the DDM for the CMI + £50 at the last working day of each month. Also that they have withdraw any charges levied on the account since June, due to their mistake of not collecting the arrears. I have also written to them to obtain full history of my account, with a view to claiming any unreasonable charges levied. As long as I can maintain payment, I can now ignor any bullying tactic from Paratus!! We can now get on with our life....
  12. Thank you Ell-enn. Yes I will. I will write to them for confirmation that they will initiate the DDM for the CMI + £50 at the last working day of each month. Also that they have withdraw any charges levied on the account since June, due to their mistake of not collecting the arrears. I have also written to them to obtain full history of my account, with a view to claiming any unreasonable charges levied. As long as I can maintain payment, I can now ignor any bullying tactic from Paratus!! We can now get on with our life....
  13. Hi Ell-enn, All went smoothly as you predicted. My wife and I cannot thank you enough for the unreserved support you have given us and composing a very clear statement to go with our application, which is why the Judge found it not necessary to ask me any question. THANK YOU!!!
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