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  1. Thanks dx, hopefully they will get back to me soon, the auto response said it could take up to 40 days which makes me a little nervous.
  2. Okay a quick google of Champerty and Maintenance and i now understand what you mean. A quick update incase this info is of any use. I just spoke to County Court Business Centre, they confirmed the address they had on file was missing my house number. The Claim form was issued on 19th of July, and there's currently no enforment order on the file.
  3. A freind has suggested that i contact my local civil court and make a statutory declaration stating that i recieved no correspondace from the solicitors or the courts relating to the CCJ. Do you think this something I should do ?
  4. On a side note do i need to notify the court that i didn't receive the court papers? Incase it's of any use, here is the letter i received yesterday from the baliffs. One of my concerns currently is that the letter states 'failure to address within 14 days of the date of this letter will result in your case being reviewed for legal recovery and such costs being added to the debt for recovery' Despite only receiving this yesterday 14 days suggests i only have until Thursday to do something about this. IMG_3521.pdf
  5. Thanks again for your help with this. Do you know how long DVLA normally take to respond? Is there anything else i should be doing in the mean time? Could they potentially point the finger at me for supplying the wrong address in the first instance, despite it being a genuine mistake?
  6. Having spoken to Northants bulk here is the judgement for claim and particulars of claim, also missing the house number from address, explaining why i didn't receive them Forgot to mention when i asked for a copy of the claim form they said they could only send blank versions since it is generated automatically via their system. they also confirmed that the address they had on file for me was missing my house number which suggests that the DVLA were never contacted. in the mean time I've put in a Request to the DVLA to see if anyone has requested access to my data in order to
  7. Thanks for your help with this, I'll give them a call. I've downloaded th N244 form in order to apply for it to be set aside, do you have any advice for completing this form?
  8. I never received a county court claim, the adress on the letter i have just received from DCBL has no house number so i'm guessing all correspondence has been getting lost in the post. When i sent my original appeal to the parking company i made a typo and missed the my house number off. I'm relucatant to pay this since i had a valid parking ticket and this all seems ridiculous but i currently renting at a friends house and don't want bailiffs turning up taking her stuff. Is there anything i can do?
  9. Hi all an update with regards to this. Just received a letter dated 29th of September from DCBL: titled notice of debt recovery stating that my over due amount of £262.67 due to Gladstone’s in relation to court judgement number xxxxx has now been passed on to direct collection bailiffs limited to recover on their behalf. With admin and vat to fee is now ) £351.67. This is the first correspondence I’ve received since last posting in here, and can only assume the letter was late since there was no number on the address, someone had scribbled the house number on the envelope.
  10. Dx and ericsbrother thanks for your guidance with this, it's been a weight off to get some advice from people who knows what they're talking about. I'll keep you updated if there are any further developments
  11. Thanks for all your help with this, it's a relief to know that their claim is a load of nonsense. It's frustrating as i'm one of four people in our office alone to go through similar situations recently, and this is my second time round (the last time was a more reputable car park and they dropped the charge after I sent an appeal through POPLA). One colleague of mine had her appeals ignored for 2 years, then received solicitors letters and a letter from the court and ended up paying nearly £300 to the Euro parking, wish I'd have come across this forum earlier.
  12. No I havn't moved, I just happened to forget to put my house number on the original appeal letter, and they've just copied my address from there.
  13. I guess i've been naive in thinking that having a ticket and writing a appeal would be enough to get them off my back, it sounds like i've made a few gaffs and done myself no favours ...
  14. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly, and thanks for the advice of what to do in the future, I'm kicking myself for not finding this forum sooner! Do you think it's likely that they would try to take this to court knowing that I have a valid ticket with my reg on? Also they don't seem to have my full address so I'm not receiving any correspondence that they send via the post. I only received their response to my appeal when i called them to check and they sent it via email. My concern if they eventually take it as far as court action i may not receive the letters and miss
  15. Thanks dx100 1 The date of infringement? 9.02.2017 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] YES (uploaded) has there been a response? please post it up as well, suitably redacted. Yes (also uploaded) 5 Who is the parking company? Euro Parking Services Ltd 6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? EastSide Car Park, Andover Street, Birmingham City Centre docs1.pdf
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