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  1. Hello guys, Just would like to update my case. Maybe will be useful for someone. Now it past more then a month since I send letter to the VCS and they did not respond to it. I know that they still may take me to the court, if it will happen I will update it. I would like to say thank to all of you guys for your support in this case it was very helpful! Thanks very much!
  2. Here is all letters which I have received from the beginning in date order (Letter Before Claim is on page 9). If there is a problems with viewing this PDF file please let me know. new8in1.pdf
  3. Ok, I understand your point. Thanks for explanation. At the moment I am on stage where I received "Letter Before Claim". All letters are attached in PDF file there is 14 pages they are in date order (name of PDF file is "new8in1") Post number #29. I will poste this letter again just in case. So again last letter which I received was 23/08/2018.
  4. No, I did not know about MCOL. They do not have solicitors as far as I can see. In this case, should the text from the link which you provide go to VCS name ?
  5. Thanks for your comment. If I do understand your message correctly you did not find in this attachment "Letter Before Claim" ? In PDF file page number 10 is "Letter Before Claim If there is any problem with viewing this letter(especially page 10 and below) please let me know. If you mean something else could you please specify? LBC.pdf
  6. As far as I understand site regulation I can post links after 10 post. So now you should see link. https://padi.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213845369-Letter-before-Claim-Further-and-Better-Particulars
  7. I was thinking to send them following letter to request more details about contravention. What do you think about it ? Draft "Part 18" Letter Dear Sirs Request for Further and Better particulars Regarding the above and claim form, leading on from PCN xxxxxx it is necessary to ask for more information regarding a purported debt to yourselves. The Particulars of Claim do not meet the requirements of the Practice Directions 16.4 as there are woefully insufficient details for me to form a defence. As such, please answer the following questions. Please respond, in full, within 14 days. Failure to respond will be recorded and shared during any future court proceedings. Standing to bring a Claim 1. Please identify the landowner. 2. Please confirm that the Claimant can demonstrate a clear chain of authority from the landowner either by way of a written authority contract, deed or lease. a). That this/these document(s) is/are in the Claimant’s possession or if not when they will be. b). That such document(s) are available for inspection and if not when they will be. c). That copies of the document(s) can be provided and that the originals will be available at court. Breach of Contract? 3. What is the basis of the claimants claim? (a) An agreed contract? (b) A breach of contract? © Trespass? 4. If 3.a or 3.b, what is the claimant’s legal capacity to offer parking at the location? And how is that supposed contract created, by sign, by permit or by some other means. 5. If 4.c what is the claimant’s legal capacity if not the land-owner or lessee? The Contract 6. If it is the Claimant’s case that their claim is based in contract and that such a contract was conveyed by way of signs displayed at the location please confirm the following: a). That the Claimant is able to produce a copy of all the various signs at the location as they were on the date the PCN was issued, indicating the various text point sizes together with a map or plan showing where they are deployed on site. b). A schedule of works/maintenance showing how and when such signs on-site were repaired, replaced and cleaned etc. c) Full proof that the signage complied with the relevant Code of Practice on the date the PCN was issued. Evidence of a Contract, Breach of Contract or Trespass 7. Please confirm whether it is the Claimant’s intention to adduce photographs and/or CCTV footage of the relevant event and: a). That such photographs and/or footage is in the Claimant’s possession and if not when it will be? b). That such photographs and/or footage are available for inspection and if not when they will be? c). That copies of the photographs and/or footage can be provided and that all the originals will be available at court. Additional Costs claimed 8. Please confirm that the Claimant has in his possession an analysis of the costs incurred that form the additional charges included in the claim and: a). That copies of such an analysis and other attendant documents upon which the analysis is based are available for inspection and if not when they will be? b). That copies can be provided of the analysis and attendant documents and that all original documents upon which the Claimant might seek to rely on in this respect will be available at court. TAKE NOTICE THAT YOU ARE REQUIRED TO ANSWER THE ABOVE REQUEST WITHIN 14 DAYS OF SERVICE OF THE SAME UPON YOU. SERVICE WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE BEEN EFFECTED ON THE SECOND BUSINESS DAY AFTER POSTING. Yours sincerely, The Defendant
  8. Thank for the advice. I think that they may go further because I am immigrant (can see this by personal details provided by DVLA) and can not protect my self in court. Easy money
  9. Thanks a lot for this explanation! I do apologies that I post all this info that you already know, just would like to make sure we talking about same thing. As far as I understand you talking about this part: 6. Ticketing 6.1 When a parking contravention is detected, a landholder may place a ticket on a vehicle or give it to the driver at the time of the contravention. In these circumstances the landholder must wait 28 days after which, if there is no response, he/she may submit a request to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) for details of the vehicle's registered keeper. He/she may then write to the registered keeper to seek details of the driver or payment of the parking charge. 6.2 Where a contravention is detected remotely (such as by cameras), the landholder may request registered keeper data from the DVLA immediately and must write to the registered keeper within 14 days seeking details of the driver or payment of the parking charge. If yes, then please advise on following. If they did not provide me pictures of contravention so far. Is that mean that they do not have them or they just do not want to show them?
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