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  1. Hi dodgeball I actually thought this was a discussion thread but then a again I only came across this site due to a Google search. Thanks for your comments. I think I know what I need to do now.
  2. Hi BA Thanks for that I think I will just send them my CT bill and a letter confirming what I have already told them. Hopefully that will be an end to it. Still think it disgusting they can hassle innocent people who have nothing to do with the original fine but hey ho
  3. Hello thanks you for your post. Everything at my property belongs to me I live alone and I have done since my son moved out two years ago. I was really just after advise on weather I should respond to the letter or ignore it. I feel it is wrong that the EA can pressure me into providing personal information when the fine has nothing to to with me.
  4. I mean the enforcement agency has demanded this information this is what they are asking me to provide in the letter>>>>> In order to stop any further action we need the following Current utility bill showing the names of the current occupiers Current occupiers names Date you occupied the property Purchasing solicitors details Forwarding address and telephone number for the former occupier
  5. Hello again All, Thanks for all the info and debate. As someone stated I was after some practical advice so thanks for that. I just think it disgraceful that the EA's can demand all this information from me when the fine has nothing whatsoever to do with me. FYI my son is not on the electoral role just me. Dodgeball I can assure you this is a genuine case Cheers all
  6. Hi BA, Wondered if you had seen my reply below and if you had any more thoughts on this? Hello BA/ All The fine is for a council parking chargeicon. Another thing the bailiff told me. My son did have his car registered to my address but not for at least the last 18 months I don't think they have tried to enforce at another address the just told me where he had been living no mention of trying to enforce it there Full list of what they are asking for in the letter to "the occupier" below In order to stop any further action we need the following Current utility bill showing the names of the current occupiers Current occupiers names Date you occupied the property Purchasing solicitors details Forwarding address and telephone number for the former occupier Hope this helps and thanks for all the comments
  7. Hello BA/ All The fine is for a council parking charge. Another thing the bailiff told me. My son did have his car registered to my address but not for at least the last 18 months I don't think they have tried to enforce at another address the just told me where he had been living no mention of trying to enforce it there Full list of what they are asking for in the letter to "the occupier" below In order to stop any further action we need the following Current utility bill showing the names of the current occupiers Current occupiers names Date you occupied the property Purchasing solicitors details Forwarding address and telephone number for the former occupier Hope this helps and thanks for all the comments.
  8. Oh one other thing I should mention the bailiff did give me personal information about my son like where he was living last and the car details etc (not that I asked) I would of thought that went against data protection regulations??
  9. Hi Dodgeball I'd rather not post the name of the company in case this get back to them but yes he did although I've not received any DVLA correspondence for him for at least 18 months so I can only assume it's no longer registered at my address. Anything I get for him now I either bin of RTS if it looks official
  10. I had a door step visit from a bailiff a few weeks ago looking for my son, I informed them that he has not lived here for over two years and that we are estranged. He informed me that my son had an outstanding parking fine and that he would inform the council that he no longer lived here. Today I received a letter from the bailiffs firm addressed to the occupier saying we have been informed that Mr ****** ***** no longer resides at this address. Then goes on requesting I provide a shed load of information including date I moved in, my solicitors details and to provide utility bills showing the current occupiers details. My question is am I obliged to respond and provide the details? I have lived at my current address for 20 odd years and to be honest I cannot remember the exact date I moved in or the solicitors details without having to dig them out. Any advice greatly received.
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