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  1. Thank you, that's very kind of you. I'll get onto that now.
  2. Name of the Claimant ? London Parking Solutions Limited Date of issue – 08 Sept 2016 Date to submit defence = 10th Oct 2016 What is the claim for – 1.The claimants claim against the defendant is for non payment of a contractually agreed sum in respect of a parking charge notice issued to the vehicle ****** on 29 February 2016 at *******; for the following reason; not displaying a valid parking permit. 2.The terms and conditions to which the defendant agreed to be bound by using the site were clearly displayed in prominent places throughout the site. 3.The claimants claim is inclusive of recovery costs as per the terms and conditions, notice of which was given to the defendants by way of a parking charge Notice numbered ******* 4.and the claimant claims £160. The claimant claims interest under section 69 of the County Courts Act 1984 at the rate of 8% a year from 29/02/2016 to 08/09/2016 on £160 and also interest at the same rate up to the date of judgment or earlier payment at a daily rate of £0.03. What is the value of the claim? Amount claimed £165.79 Court fee £25.00 Legal representative's costs £50.00 Total amount £240.79 Has the claim been issued by the original creditor or was the account assigned and it is the Debt purchaser who has issued the claim ? LPS Were you aware the account had been assigned – did you receive a Notice of Assignment? N/A
  3. I think this is where it's tricky. It's a car park for an apartment block. I think the management company will have told them to enforce the 'parking restrictions' regardless of the legality of those restrictions or whether i was parked in my partners space or not. I have no idea where I was parked as I never received a ticket and they've never provided me with evidence. Thanks for your help.
  4. Thanks, I did that this afternoon, I wanted them to know I wasn't just going to pay up.
  5. Thanks Honeybee, I'll have a fresh read of that. The details on the claim are scant, it's for non payment of a contractually agreed sum in respect of a parking charge notice.. . For the following reason; not displaying a valid parking permit. The terms and conditions to which the defendant agreed to be bound by using the site were clearly displayed throughout the site. The claimants claim is inclusive of recovery costs as per the terms and conditions, notice of which was given to the defendant by way of a parking charge notice numbered ... And the claimant claims £160.
  6. Hi, today in the post I received a claim form from claimant 'London Parking Solutions Ltd' in the County Court Business Centre. So the amount claimed (plus fees and costs) is £240.79. I'm more than happy to fling it back with the defence section filled in, what I'm after is some guidance over wording, if anyone can offer any help? Otherwise i'm likely to just say 'how exactly have you proven I was parked there and how exactly did you lose money when it's not a fee incurring car park'. Thanks for any help you can offer. Peonie
  7. Thank you. I shall ignore and wait to see what happens in 14 days!
  8. Hi, Sorry to drag this one up again. I've now had a letter from Ultimate Customer Solutions asking me to pay £160 within 14 days, 'failure to do anything may result in further action being taken our instructions are to prepare the papers for our solicitors in the event of there being no resolution in 14 days'. I haven't had a response to my appeal (other than a standard email saying they would write to me). Do I ignore and wait to see if it's passed to a solicitor? Thanks for your help.
  9. Thanks for your help! So if its the facilities management company that have signed them up to patrol and not the apartment owners management company (I'm assuming there is one, not been able to find any details yet) then the contract is useless? Thanks again, I really appreciate it.
  10. Hi, I hope you can help. I received a PCN through the post on Friday 8th April from London Parking Solutions (dated 01/04/2016). I parked in the gated parking area of my partners apartment block (I have a key fob to gain entry) on 29/2/16 they ticketed me on 29/02/2016 but there was no ticket on the windscreen when I went down to my car the following morning. I have emailed them appealing based on having no idea they'd ticketed me. I have an email from the management company telling me that where I parked was an acceptable place for guests to park, however following on from London Parking Solutions ticketing residents parked in their own bays on this last Sunday night (for perceived infractions of permit display) they have now retracted that and are saying that guests aren't allowed to park on site. After watching the chap from LPS skulk round the cars I can't help but think they're a shonky outfit, but should I just pay it and find somewhere else to park? Thanks for your help.
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