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  1. I do not have any debts, so I am ok. Hmm... defending in the small claims court sounds like a time-consuming process. I may not have the time to do all this.
  2. Their dept collector/ solicitor, BW legal, did send me a letter of claim which I did not reply to (simply I was ignorant of the legal validity of it). I did move house recently, but I also changed my DVLA details straight away and used redirection service of the royal mail. So this shouldn't be a problem.
  3. Yes. I completed the online AoS form on the MCOL website, following the links you kindly provided.
  4. There was no ticket on my windscreen. All came by post later on. I completed the acknowledgement of service form.
  5. It is relatively close and I can take pictures. Also, it was in the local media the fact that it closed down in 2019 and there are pictures on the local newspaper with the windows being boarded up. Very stupidly, I threw the notice to keeper away.
  6. They sent a "Notice to Keeper" within a week. I never replied to any of their letters, so never identified myself as the driver.
  7. Name of the Claimant : Norwich traffic control limited Claimants Solicitors: Rohan Krishnarao (not sure if solicitor. on the form it says claimant's legal representatitve) Date of issue – 19/11/21 Date for AOS - 07.12.2021 Date to submit Defence - 21.12.2021 What is the claim for – 1.The claim is for the sum of £112.84 being due from the Defendant in respect of a Parking Charge notice (PCN) for a contractual breach which occurred on 16.2.20 in a private car park/land at The Blueberry Music House NR31SY in relation to a (my vehicle details. 2.The PCN was issued as the driver failed to comply with the terms and conditions as displayed. 3.Despite demands, the charge remains unpaid. 4.The claim also includes Statutory Interest pursuant to section 69 of County Courts act 1984 at a rate of 8% per annum ( a daily rate of £0.02) from 16.2.20 being an amount of £12.84. 5.The claimant also claims £60 recovery costs as set out in the terms and conditions and in the ATA AoS Code of Practice What is the value of the claim? Amount Claimed court fees legal rep fees Total Amount Amount Claimed £172.84 court fees £35 legal rep fees £50 Total Amount £257.84
  8. Hi people Thanks for taking time to review my post. I received a PCN for using the car park of a pub which, at the time was out of business with the windows boarded up. Essentially, I was driving by the pub and my wife who was pregnant felt car sick and we had to stop until she got better. I then received a PCN from a private parking enforcement firm for 120 GBP which I did not reply to. After several letters from them, they sent me a claim form (I believe this is what we call "they took me to small claims court"). I was thinking to defend the charge on the ground that it was reasonable to use an empty car park of a business which was not operating for medical reasons. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. BW Andreas
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