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  1. Received this in response to my request for CPR31.14 dcb CPR31 REFUSAL.pdf
  2. So - Details of the claim: Name of the Claimant: One Parking Solution Ltd Claimants Solicitors: DCB Legal Ltd, Direct House, Runcorn, WA7 1UG Date of issue: 27 Nov 19 Date to acknowledge) = 13 Dec date to submit defence = 27 Dec What is the claim for: 1. The Defendant (D) is indebted to the Claimant (C) for a Parking Charge (s) issued to vehicle [AA99 AAA] at Vantage Point (Vantage Point is in New England Rd, Brighton) 2. The PCN details are 01/11/2016, 3. The PCN(s) was issued on priv
  3. Received this today. There is a factual inaccuracy - At no point did I agree to pay; in fact I never got in touch with them. It doesn't have the feel of a court generated letter. The County Court 'Crown' stamp has a photocopy quality. And the address? The County Court Business Centre? PCN 20191128.pdf
  4. Hi Honeybee - this thread is not accepting new replies, but I received  a "claim" purporting to be from Northampton County Court  Business Centre. Can I post to the thread please?


  5. So safe to ignore this as well, or do I need to respond to them?
  6. So, since my last post we received another letter from ZZPSS and now a letter from a firm of solicitors called Wright Hassell. If ever there was a prize for nominative determinism, they would win surely! We have 10 days to get in touch before they take this further... IMG_6185-2.pdf
  7. EricsB - Sorry, but I haven't touched the pictures I uploaded. But I appreciate your advice. If they send me anything else I'll post up here.
  8. Sorry - still confused. So the sign on the parking machine that states 'Vehicles overstaying paid parking time are liable to a penalty charge of £60' doesn't mean that? I would like to understand the nuance of what you say so that I understand what my grounds for appeal are. Should it actually state that the driver/keeper is liable, not the vehicle? How can a vehicle be liable, right?
  9. EricsB - I am confused by your reply. The machine does state that if you overstay then you will be liable for a charge of £60. Received this today. Is it still worth pursuing an appeal with One Parking Solutions or has that option been lost? zzps.pdf
  10. Not much signage on the machine, but plenty of identical signs smattered around the walls. Signs.pdf
  11. Thanks EB. I'll try to get to the car park to take pictures ASAP.
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