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About Rover2171

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  1. Many thanks for the advice, I'll try the letter as you suggest. I've been fairly successful in appealing parking PCN's in the past but I think I have to "bite the bullet" with this one. I just love having to drive in London! Thanks again for the help.
  2. Thanks for taking the time to reply. I understand the late payment and the maths behind their calculation. My question is with regard to the legalities of them once having accepted my payment of £65. If the sum of money was incorrect then surely they are obliged to reject the payment and request payment in full. Isn't the fact that they banked the cheque their acceptance that payment has been made? Is the increased payment they request challengeable as an "unreasonable" amount given that it was a couple of days late? I don't know what opportunity of defence I would have if they they did take
  3. I received a PCN from Lambeth Council on 25th Sept 2013, "32D Failing to drive in the direction shown by the arrow on a blue sign ...", (I turned right where I shouldn't have through a set of lights). They rejected my initial appeal and I eventually made a payment of £65, unfortunetly it was a couple of days late. I have now received a charge notice for a further £130 ( to make up the increased fine value of £195), and the normal threats of County Court action etc for none payment. Am I correct in my belief that having now taken/accepted the payment of £65 they have in effect "legally accep
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