Name of the Claimant ? UKCPM/Gladstone
Date of issue –
Particulars of Claim
What is the claim for – the reason they have issued the claim? P was issued small court claims form as the owner keeper by gladstones solicitor.
Particulars of the claim:
1.parked in breach of terms on signage ( @ location x) incurring PCN parking charge notice) PCN not paid in 28days. Claimant claims unpaid pcn from defendent as driver/keeper. despite demands being made defendant failed to settle outstanding liability.
I was not driver.
Driver is known to owner.
received letters initial from UK Car park management Limited. (IPC memeber)
Refused passing on driver info until they had provided all details of their right to mangage parking re contract with landlord, all images and evidence etc.
This was by letter not via their appeals service.
Letter was not responded to. (or refused can't remember exactly will check)
details of the event.
Night, signs not directly lit, small size writing poor placement.
Parked on loading bay.
Sign for loading bay was arguably not clearly marked, small sign high up behind the space, not visible as driving into it.
floor markings under car not visible once parked, and poorly light.
Private warden came, driver was by vehicle whole time, warden alerted driver to the fact they couldn't park there, driver removed the vehicle immediately on being informed of the restrictions.
What is the total value of the claim? Claimant claims £100 for PCN, £60 contractual re Ts & Cs + £21 statutory interest.
Have you received prior notice of a claim being issued pursuant to paragraph 3 of the PAPDC (Pre Action Protocol) ? Received many letters most probably got one advising of a claim if not paid etc (will check)
Has the claim been issued by the original creditor or was the account assigned and it is the Debt purchaser who has issued the claim. Claimant issued UKCPM
Defence was filed with small claims court. :
Defence points were, no agreement, signs not visible/readable, no opportunity for arbitration before making a claim.
Their independent Appeals service (required as part of their right to access DVLA info) is not independent as it's funded by the parking company and their paid lobbying group IPC.
Claimant has sent N180 directions questionnaire.
Defendent (me) has not filled N180 yet . Not sure what to answer.