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  1. I was going to send Miah's this email: " Dear Sir / Madam, Notwithstanding that I deny any debt to UKCPS, I note that your letter dated 20th November 2015 demands £150 for legal costs. Your client has either failed woefully in its duty to mitigate costs or the sum has not been incurred and the demand is fraudulent. In neither case am I liable for the payment. If you insist that the charge is justified, please provide a copy of your invoice to UKCPS. If this is not possible, please confirm : 1. The Invoice number and details of the VAT component. 2. The date that your client paid the invoice. 3. Details of the time spent and activities performed for which you charged the client £150. If none of the requested information is provided, I require a full explanation for the charge. I will not enter into any further discussion of the UKCPS parking charge until I am satisfied by your reply. Do not contact me again by any form of communication other than to provide the answers to my questions. Failure to supply me with this information will result in a complaint to the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Yours faithfully. "
  2. I was considering emailing Miah Solicitors to let them know that I know that the signage is illegal " Dear Sir / Madam, Halton Borough Council have confirmed that UKCPS have not been granted planning permission for the signs for the car park under the advertising display regulations of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. The signage is therefore illegal and therefore the driver has not entered into a contract with UKCPS. This concludes that there is no monies owing to UKCPS by the registered keeper of the vehicle. Yours sincerely," Should I proceed or not?
  3. ericsbrother: Does this confirm that what you said above? The signage is illegal so I could not have entered into a contract with UKCPS?
  4. I've contacted Halton Borough Council and this is their reply: " To whom it may concern, Re: Land located between the Halifax Bank and Widnes Market Hall, Widnes Town Centre, Widnes Following interrogation of the planning history system, there are no advertising consents recorded for the above land. Regards Tim Gibbs BSc MSc DipSurv MRTPI MRICS Divisional Manager - Policy and Development Services Policy, Planning and Transportation Department Policy and Resources Directorate Halton Borough Council, Floor 2, Municipal Building, Kingsway, Widnes. WA8 7QF."
  5. No armadillo71 deliberately ignored the letters after reading posts on this forum. I have a major deadline at work so I needed to deal with this ASAP.
  6. The events were as follows: We were returning from shopping at Morrisons. My mother was having a hypo. We pulled into the car park and I took my mother to the newsagent to purchase glucose. When we returned back to the car there was a notice to keeper attached to the windscreen. I've acted in haste and already posted the following letter: "The registered keeper of the vehicle denies that any monies are owing. The reason the driver was parked in the car park was because the diver’s mother who is diabetic was having a hypoglycaemic attack. There was no breach of contract as Blue Badge No.: XXXX was displayed." Should I write a second follow-up letter with what ericsbrother stated above or just await their response.
  7. The land is owned by retail. This is my revised letter: The registered keeper of the vehicle denies that any monies are owing. The reason the keeper was parked in the car park was because the keeper’s mother who is diabetic was having a hypoglycaemic attack. There was no breach of contract as Blue Badge No.: xxx xxxxxxxx was displayed. The registered keeper argues that an allowance should be made for the case in the circumstances by the Equalities Act 2010.
  8. My letter is below. Will it suffice? "Dear Sir / Madam, Re: Parking Charge Notice: I deny that any monies are owing. The reason I was parked in the car park were because my mother who is diabetic was having a hypoglycaemic attack. I was dealing with a medical emergency My mother is a blue badge holder and Blue Badge No.: p was displayed in the vehicle. Yours faithfully,"
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