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  1. Final version 1. There is no cause for action against the keeper of the vehicle, as this is not "relevant land" under the POFA 2012. 2. The defendant puts it to strict proof that VCA show as to who the driver was at the time. 3. No contract was ever offered by VCS, the land is subject to its own byelaws so there can be no monies due as a result of either a contractual charge or as a result of a breach of contract. 4. The claimant has not shown locus standi in this matter. 5. The signage is prohibi
  2. adjusted 1. I am the registered keeper of the vehicle reg ****** . 2. There is no cause for action against the keeper of the vehicle, as this is not "relevant land" under the POFA 2012. 3. The defendant puts it to strict proof that VCA show as to who the driver was at the time. 4. No contract was ever offered by VCS, the land is subject to its own byelaws so there can be no monies due as a result of either a contractual charge or as a result of a breach of contract. 5. The claimant has not shown locus standi in this matter
  3. Wow, you are also up late Dave. Thanks for your comments, will adjust accordingly.
  4. Just noticed 5. should have read 5. The defendants vehicle broke down, twice, and was therefore broken down, not parked.
  5. Thank you all for comments. I am proposing to put up the following defence on to MCOL 1. No cause for action against the defendant, the keeper of the vehicle, as this is not "relevant land" under the POFA 2012 and the defendant puts it to strict proof that VCA show as to who the driver was at the time. 2. No contract was ever offered by VCS, the land is subject to its own byelaws and in any case the signage is prohibitive so there can be no monies due as a result of either a contractual charge or as a result of a breach of contract. 3. T
  6. That it was I was thinking. The understanding I got from Byelaws reating to Southend Airport is that it would, if anything, be a breach of those bylaws which VCS cannot be empowered to impose penalty for. The first sign one encounters has such a mass of information on it that no driver could read it at normal speed, let alone comprehend it all whlst concentrating on the road. Google street view has not been updated yet and still shows all the signs telling drivers that the road is governed by the London Southend Airport bylaws 1997. Of course these have all been physic
  7. Sorry DX100uk, the other form was the only one I found. Name of the Claimant : VCS Claimants Solicitors: Elms Legal Date of issue – 16th Dec 2019 Date for AOS - AOS submitted 01/01/2021 Date to submit Defence - Monday 18/01/2021 [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 days = 19.03.2020 :+ 14 days to submit defence = 02.04.2014: a total of 33 days] What is the claim for – The Claim is for a breach of co
  8. 1 The date of infringement? 19/12/2019 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] No. I did, unfortunately use the MyParkingCharge.co.uk portal to deny liability as the keeper and deny any contract. I mistakenly thought this was where I made a SAR. (I now see looking at the site again that it is actually. https://excel.zatappeal.com ) This was replied to as if it were an appeal. if you have then please post up whatever you sent and how you sent it and the date you sent it, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide] has
  9. Wow, thank you dx100uk for super quick reply. Will read guide and upload now.
  10. Hello, I hope I am doing this correctly. Back in december 2019 my car broke down twice within 150 yards on the service road at Southend Airport. I had been having intermittent issues with the car during the week prior to this. On the day in question when the car first came to a stop on the service road the driver, aware of the issues, attempted and just managed to get the car restarted after a 5 minute pause for the battery to recuperate. It was during this stop that the car was photographed by the VCS patrol vehicle. The driver then proceeded
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