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  1. I've been helping a friend to appeal a parking ticket, for being parked across a dropped kerb (access to a drive way to private flats). The dropped kerb has no start and end reference points as the height of the kerb is the same along the street and there are no road markings. From the photos which they sent to him, you could not see he was parked over the dropped kerb. So I wrote asking for clarification on where the dropped kerb starts and finishes. Standard line came back about waiting for Notice to Owner to make a formal challenge. At the bottom of the letter, they let me know I can view the images on line, but also state: "Please note that there is no legal requirement for such evidence to be taken, therefore the absence of photographs for a case does not invalidate the contravention" Surely if I take this to appeal, they will have to produce photos and I am hoping they cannot hold back photos and present them at the last minute, which of course could change the way I would proceed?
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