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About yakky

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  1. Yes, I do still have both see attached jpg2pdf-5.pdf
  2. hi all, sent a cheque to the address for payment on the court order which was gladstones.. they sent it back edit: also received a second letter from dcvl jpg2pdf (2).pdf
  3. Can I still contact ESP to pay original amount? Not sure how to pay them with a proof of payment.
  4. okay so my next step is to contact es parking? not above £600..plus it does say on the back of the letter this case is not subject to high court or bailiff action.
  5. see attached PDF i had three parking tickets from the exact site as described in that thread.. ..they were all escalated. ..one of them was thrown out, the other went to default judgement against me so i paid in full and this one they are persuing I did go to court but my defence was crap. jpg2pdf-3.pdf
  6. The above thread the case was closed as the claimant (gladstones/esp parking) did not submit their paperwork on time.
  7. Have been sent a notice of debt recovery from dcbl after losing against gladstones in court. Went to court over a parking ticket in June and lost. Waited for a further letter from the court with instructions to pay. I received a letter from the court ordering to pay on or before 3rd of July. But this letter was received after the 3rd of July. The envelope has no date stamp of when it was posted. There is no where on the letter stating the judgement will be entered in the Register of Judgements, Orders and Fines. I have no registered CCJ either on trust online or any credit search. I do not want to pay gladstones on either their very scamy looking website or automated phone line. What should be my next steps?
  8. I assumed no to mediation as I am disputing the claim in entirety.
  9. I have received the directions questionnaire. Been reading around the forum to help fill it in but want to confirm whether my answers are correct: No to a mediation. Yes to small claims track. No to expert evidence. 1 Witness - myself. about hearing dates - i am expecting my baby end of November so should i mention i am not available 2 weeks either side of my due date. thanks in advance.
  10. Recieved the following email from gladstones: We act for the Claimant and have notified the Court of our Client’s intention to proceed with the claim. Please find attached a copy of our Client’s completed Directions Questionnaire, which will be filed with the court upon their request. You will note we intend to request a special direction that the case be dealt with on the papers and without the need for an oral hearing This request is sought simply because the matter is in our Client’s opinion relatively straightforward and the costs incurred by both parties for attending an oral hearing would be disproportionate. You will note our Client has elected not to mediate. Its decision is not meant to be in any way obstructive and is based purely on experience, as mediation has rarely proven beneficial in these types of cases. Notwithstanding this, our Client would be happy to listen to any genuine payment proposals that you wish to put forward.
  11. Thank you for your patience with me dx100uk. I am extremely grateful. I have just entered those two points in bullet points in the defence form. I dont intend to make any counterclaim. Is that the correct thing to do in the next part.
  12. I feel incredibly dumb. So I have read some defences others have posted but I don't understand whether they apply in this case. What does it mean about no contract? If there was a permit does that mean there was a contract? Should I edit and rewrite something similar to this : 1.I am the keeper of the vehicle reg aa00bbb which the claimants allege was parked at (exact location) spinningfields, Manchester on whatever date and time that was supposedly a breach of a contract between the Driver and ES parking, the claimant. 2.As ES parking do not rely on the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 to create a keeper liability the defendant puts it to strict proof as to who was the driver at the time as there is no contractual liability created between the plaintiff and the defendant as keeper of the vehicle. (if you wrote to them previously as the driver then all of this is irrelevant and can be left out) Should I just give up and pay to avoid a CcJ?
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