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  1. Yes, I moved house roughly 2 months ago, the letter was only received at the previous house on 06/10
  2. Hello All! Long time no speak, latest development is: I have received a Notice of Allocation to small claims track, still awaiting a confirmed hearing date. I literally only got the letter about a week ago (as it was at my old address). After reading it I saw point 14 that states I can apply to have the order stayed but it needs to arrive within 7 days of service of the order itself (dated 9th of july!) I assume, that would have been the recomended course of action would i have received it earlier? Thanks
  3. Morning all, Pardon my absence; I received a Notice of proposed allocation to the small claims track on the 12th of March (when I was away). I have looked for any similar threads to guide me with tackling this proposal, but didn't get anywhere, does one exist? Thanks
  4. Good Morning, I am just submitting my defence when I ran into a little grey area on my part; Will I be making a counterclaim? The only reason I ask is my initial response included 'Should you decide to continue then I shall be asking for a full costs recovery order for unreasonable behaviour and then seek damages for breach of the DPA' At the time I assumed it was a kind of scare tactic, is that the case? Thanks
  5. I went through that damn thread about 5 times. And somehow missed the updated version 1. The land is covered by its own byelaws so not "relevant land" under the POFA. The byelaws create a supremacy of contract over VCS signage so no liability created. 2. The claimant has abused the process and failed to mitigate their actions. 3. A CPR 31.14 request was sent to the Claimant and no response to this has been received. Thus the Defendant has the reasonable belief that the Claimant does not have the authority to issue charges on this
  6. Hello All, I am going on holiday next week so therefore won't be able to submit my defence on the day it is needed. Going to send the below tomorrow morning: 1. The land is covered by its own byelaws so not "relevant land" under the POFA. The byelaws create a supremacy of contract over VCS signage so no liability created. 2. This is a clear abuse of process. 3. A CPR 31.14 request was sent to the Claimant and no response to this has been received. Thus the Defendant has the reasonable belief that the Claimant does not have th
  7. Thanks for clarifying the points EB, really appreciate it; 1. The land is covered by its own byelaws so not "relevant land" under the POFA. The byelaws create a supremacy of contract over VCS signage so no liability created. 2. This is an abuse of process. The sole reason for the stopping was to ask for the direction (the drop-off point in this case) from their onsite traffic warden. I am going to drop the strike out sentence, as it does not apply to the previous statement, should I add anything in regards to the abuse of process? 3. A C
  8. Answering points above: The CPR is now sent (as of Friday) and I wrote point 3 in preparation for no response to the CPR as you have stated. The summary was an oversight on my part as I focused on the statement "it is the Defendant's position that the claim discloses no cause of action, is without basis, and the Claimant has no right to pursue said claim" which I felt applied to my situation, as you can see below, this has been removed completely. Also the 'Statement of truth was just added for my own clarification, and not intended to be included in th
  9. The bottom 'Also I wanted to confirm' wasn't to be included in the defence statement. Should I hold fire on sending this off? or just get this submitted sooner rather than later?
  10. Just to quickly answer a few points above: dx: I worked out the date of my Defence to be submitted by the 17th of March also, but somehow explained it completely wrong! Also CPR is filled out, will be sending off this evening. EB: They did not use the term Licence plate, I did this to conceal my Licence plate number. The Defence edited is below: 1. The land is covered by its own byelaws so not "relevant land" under the POFA. The byelaws create a supremacy of contract over VCS signage so no liability created. 2. The cl
  11. Does the Q&A need to be done for each 'Q' in the link also? Or just the information below; Name of the Claimant :Vehicle Control Services Claimants Solicitors: Not States Date of issue – 19th Feb 2020 Date for AOS - Completed on Monday 24th of Feb (+19 = 18th March) Date to submit Defence - (+14 days from the 14th of March =) 17th of March -Not yet submitted. [NOTE : WHEN CALCULATING YOUR TIMELINE - PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE DATE ON THE CLAIMFORM IS ONE IN ANY COUNT [an example: Issue date 01.03.2020: + 19
  12. Apologies about the above, Still a tad wet behind the ears about these processes, Despite perusing these forums constantly. I have now completed the AOS, upon filling out the intentions section, I am asked as to whether I am contesting Jurisdiction, now although it has been stated that a magical agreement was made when I entered the no-stopping zone, I just want to make sure I am filling this out correctly. So it is safe to say I should tick that box and that I AM contesting jurisdiction? Thanks
  13. Hello All, Developments in this situation are that; this has reached my door yesterday. I have scanned all of the pages and they can be reviewed in the attached. What are the appropriate steps from this point? Thanks again for your assistance Deadlock
  14. I used the reply form and wrote the previously mentioned; This is exactly what I wrote on the reply form, obviously also my Signature and date on the back also.
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