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  1. No. We were in the room for about five minutes. The judge dismissed the case stating they did not have the right to issue the ticket as we had proved my daughter had full permission to park there. She allowed costs for my daughters loss of earnings (or part of) cost of parking for the hearing and a fee per mile for travel. She wouldn't entertain the £17.50 per hour for investigation or any other costs. There is no real encouragement for them not to continue issuing tickets randomly as the process is so elongated most people would probably pay rather than go through the proc
  2. Hi all Just to advise, we won the case as it was dismissed and we got costs. Will advise the details once we receive the written confirmation from court. I have advise our management company where i live that they need to remove their services immediately as they have no legal contract currently.
  3. Doing all that was suggested above thanks. Just for clarity, the letter from Gladstones states; 'In accordance with CPR 27.9 our claimant gives notice that it will not be attending the hearing on 19th July 2018. Please note our Client is unable to attend the above mentioned hearing conducted in their absence pursuant to CPR 27.9. We confirm the court has been informed and that we have asked the court to decide the claim in our clients absence based on the evidence given' Any thoughts? We will attend with all the suggestions in hand but it does seem that no attendance on th
  4. My daughter has a letter saying they will not be represented at the hearing and will leave the judge to make decision in their absence. It's a letter from Glady's
  5. It has gone past 'that far' Erics bro. Court in Thursday which Gladys have said they are not attending. I'll writ the letter showing costs and take it with me Thursday. They were told from day 1 that my daughter had permission and their photos also show her permit in the windscreen which they have tried to hide. Thanks for all your help during the prolonged process. I will let you know the outcome and contribute to this site then.
  6. Thanks Gonna make the most of things with the judge. If we do win. I intend to take it further with other authorities. I would appreciate some advice on compensation. Was thinking £50 for letters etc. wages for the day for myself and my daughter. Is that about standard
  7. Good evening all Finally going to court next Thurs 19th July. Glady's sent a letter notifying that they will not have anybody attending and will leave the judge to make judgement on their behalf. Seems like good news or is this the norm?
  8. dx100uk I'm not good with IT. Thanks for hiding details. Never been to court before that's why am asking advice. The defence was from an attachment sent to me from this site. Although small claims the processes are a little daunting for people who have no experience in this area. I will take Ericsbrothers advice and just write the facts down in normal language and take our chances. The court process not being in common language gives the law companies such an advantage. Apologies if that frustrates you.
  9. Good morning Hopefully there is an attachment re the latest court letter stating we need to file a fully particularised defence. Below is the defence letter (personal details removed) filed previously. Could i have some advice on how to word this or is it acceptable to use lay mans terms and detail all events that have happened leading up to this point in time? Let me know if the attachment hasn't worked. Thanks for your assistance in anticipation 28th January 2018 Northampton County Court County Court Business Centre 4th Floor, St Katherine’s House 21
  10. Good morning Latest state of events as below. 1.Received confirmation from court of receipt of our defence on 31.1.18 2. Received letter from Glady's with completed Directions Questionnaire attached. They don't want mediation and want the case dealt with in Small Claims Court by paperwork only NOT attendance. 3. Received Directions Questionnaire from the court for us to complete and return by 26.2.18 Questions; 1. Should we respond to Glady's letter (we think not)? Although we are aware we need to serve Glady's with our completed Directions Questionairre by 26.2.18
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