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  1. This is what i sent For the attention of XXXXXXXXXXX DCB Legal Direct House Greenwood Drive, Manor Park Runcorn Cheshire WA71UG 15/07/2020 Dear XXXXXXXXX Re: CP Plus Ltd T/a Groupnexus v XXXXXXXXn Case No: XXXXXXXXX Your ref: XXXXXXXXXX I have received insufficient documentation in my SAR request from your client. They provided documentation from only one of the 4 charge notices which are included in this claim. This has forced me to make the following CPR 31.14 request CPR 31.14 Request
  2. @lookinforinfoThanks very much for your detailed response I will try and reply to all your points. I will contact Roadchef again and ask them for a letter. The SAR I requested only came back with one of the four PCNs and follow up notices I will remove all the id and upload as soon as i can Re the contract As you can see above This morning, DCB refused my CPR request I have never had a full breakdown of how it came to £952 Their letter of claim of 25th march said that it was £662 and that if i didnt pay within 30 days, then if it was necessary to issue a claim then
  3. HI I received this response from my CPR request. any ideas? Good morning, CPR 31.14(1)(a) allows a party to inspect a document mentioned in a statement of case. However, nowhere in the Claimant’s Particulars of Claim are the documents listed in your email mentioned. Accordingly, the provisions of CPR 31.14 do not apply and you are not entitled to inspect the documents requested. Kind regards, xxxxxxxxxxxxx Paralegal DCB Legal Ltd
  4. Thanks guys Name of the Claimant :CP Plus Ltd T/a GroupNexus Claimants Solicitors: DCB Legal Date of issue – 28/04/2020 DQ sent to you on 12/06/2020 DQ filed by claimant on 12/06/2020 You filed a DQ on 01/07/2020 What is the claim for – The vehicle with registration number XXXXXX ( "the vehicle") was parked on private land ( "the land") owned or managed by our client. The signs displayed on the landset out the terms and conditions of parking (ie. the "contract"). The vehicle was parked on the land in
  5. Hi HB, thanks for the quick response. The info in the sticky isn't that relevant any more because i've already filed my defence back at the end of april. We have now already had small claims mediation, which failed to come to a settlement, so the next step is court.
  6. Hi all, I'm a member of the public defending a case by CCPlus T/a GroupNexus for 4 PCNs from back in 2014 and 2015. The main part of my defence is that I was working on site, and Roadchef didn't enter my VRN either correctly or at all. I had repeatedly called them and was told that they would be voided. I heard nothing for years and therefore thought it was all settled. Another part of my defence will be to question the possible deliberate ploy or policy to wait until 5 years has passed to pursue these claims, therefore claiming an extra 8% per annum in
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