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  1. Ok thaks for that would be interesting to know the details of wayneoski's hearing.
  2. Yes they used the word fine, and yes i read multiple other threads and i shall await the court papers.
  3. I was under the impression i had to reply within 14 days? or not. Oh yes thats what they wrote
  4. Ok thanks for that i will no doubt include it in the reply to their solicitors.
  5. So NE need the land owners permission to enforce tickets but dont have it? So is it NE parking i need to ask for the land owners permission to enforce?
  6. Thats good to know thanks for that, i do know they dont have planning permission for a car park. Can i just ask who you asked for the contract?
  7. Hi guys sent the above letter from ericsbrother today received a response telling me there has been no breach in GDPR and their client has not breached their contract with DVLA. And as their client has followed all the steps required to proceed with a claim then i MUST provide them details of the driver or NE parking may rightfully assume that i was the driver and liability will fall onto me. NE parking are making a claim for damages under breach of contract the contract being the one i entered into when making payment to and parking in the car park. The breach of contract was made when you were incorrectly parked for longer than the period allocated to your vehicle? ( How do they know i was parked longer than i had paid for as the machine didnt give out a ticket but took the money?) There is reasonable signage (debatable) in the car park (the one without planning permission) advising customers not to park longer than you have paid for. Our client is fully prepared to issue proceedings in this case. We are of the opinion that they have followed due process with relation to the fine. Furthermore we are satisfied that our client has acted in line with the Pre Action Protocol of the Civil Procedures Rules. We refer you to the Practice Direction to consider your position in this matter. We require you to pay the full amount of £160 in 14 days or you must acknowledge receipt of this letter within 14 days. Any help appreciated.
  8. So you think i should reply outlining why they wont be getting any money from me?
  9. Today i have received a letter from Quinn Barrow acting on behalf of NE parking. It states i have 14 days to make a payment or alternatively i must write and acknowledge receipt of this letter within the same 14 days. My written response must include: A full account of the circumstances that led to the parking charge Confirmation as to who the driver of the vehicle was A current address of the driver Unless a satisfactory written response is provided they are instructed to issue proceedings against me without any further notice. They also refer me to the Practice Direction to consider my position in this matter. Sounds very frightening
  10. Hi i have an update to my ongoing case with NE parking i started on another thread, is there some way i can link this to that please as it wont let me post in the original as its been too long, thanks
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