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  1. Hi sorry for the delay. Armtrac have not replied to the SAR, and so have not kept within the time limit. I travelled to Cornwall the other day. The sign which is broken is the one that is closest to where I parked. The other signs pictured are the ones on the entrance to the road 20210425_165135.pdf 20210425_165144.pdf 20210425_165238-1.pdf
  2. Hi dx, No one - I personally would have thought this kind of letter should be signed however?
  3. "Dear BW Legal, With reference to your most recent letter to myself – letter of claim, I am writing to inform you that I shall be disputing the claim as I do not owe your cowboy clients a penny. As you should know, no keeper liability has been created by your clients, since they have no solid evidence as to who was driving the vehicle. Also, KBT Cornwall evidently do not realise that an immovable vehicle prevents the driver from being able to fulfil their contract. I suggest that this should be taken no further, but if you are foolish enough to proceed, then
  4. " My Address and reference number BW Legal Address Dear BW Legal, With reference to your most recent letter to myself – letter of claim, I am writing to inform you that I shall be disputing the claim as I do not owe your cowboy clients a penny. It is your client’s responsibility to provide the correct signage in appropriate places (more specifically, a sign in the car park/lay-by would have been helpful) but they are obviously too tight. Also, KBT Cornwall evidently do not realise that an immovable vehicle prevents the driver from being able to fulfil the
  5. I understand that they have 30 days to respond, I was just giving an update. Point taken, I will re-work the letter using the other examples on this page and I shall post it up tomorrow. Thanks.
  6. Hi all, SAR was sent almost 2 weeks ago now but I am yet to hear anything. Sorry dx100uk but what is a paploc?
  7. Thanks very much Dave, and good idea. I have made the SAR and will send it off on monday. Should I send the snotty letter off to BW Legal or KBT? And should this be via post or email?
  8. Thanks again for the comments. I shall write up a draft and post it up here before sending. I will include the force majeure/frustration, and that lack of signage on the specific part of land of which I parked. Should I also mention how the fact that the ticket was in an unsealed packet, and was issued at 3am made me think that it was a scam? Also is there anything else I should include? I am travelling to Cornwall on the 12th of April (6 days before the deadline for response) and take some pictures of the signs. Many thanks.
  9. Thanks everyone for the reply's. I tried to take screenshots of the signs from google maps but they are unfortunately too blurry to read. On the 12th April, I shall be allowed to travel to Cornwall again, so I could take some pictures of the signs then. On the day that I received the ticket, I had a puncture as previously mentioned and that is why my car was left overnight in the area. I did take a picture of the puncture after receiving the ticket, and the date and time is displayed on the picture. I don't know if I could use this in my defense?
  10. Thanks very much for the reply's. Unfortunately I cannot travel to the area - it is a couple of hours away from me and due to current covid guidelines, I would be breaking the law. There are signs as you enter the road stating that there is a £100 fine if incorrectly parked. There are a couple more of these signs further down the road, but not in the small layby/car park that I was parked in. The way I saw it was that you were not allowed to park on the road, but there was no issue parking in the small layby, as it was off the road and had no signage on that specific peice of land (
  11. i. On the 17th of September 2020, I traveled to Porthtowan, Cornwall. I have been to Porthtowan many times. That evening, the car was left in a small car park outside a pub named "Blue Bar", we have parked there many times before without issue. The car park can only hold 5 vehicles, and it is more like a large lay-by. The car was left overnight as one of my tyre's had a puncture, which was discovered after leaving the car for the day to spend time in the sea. We therefore walked to the campsite that night. When we came back that morning with plans to repair
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