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  1. Here's the chain of events, any advice appreciated! Thursday 23rd November 2017 - "An authorised driver" parked my wife's car in a restaurant car park in York, went in to the restaurant to ask if a payment could be made to park until Sunday 26th (Minster Baywatch didn't offer anything above a "3 hours + until 6am" option). £15 paid and a hand written receipt was issued, showing the registration number of the car, and confirming authorisation to park from 23rd to 26th. No other writing on the receipt that stated the receipt needed to be kept on display in the car.
  2. I recently visited Brecon Cathedral and due to unforseen circumstances must have been a few minutes late back to my car. A week later I received a parking demand of £60 for Minster Baywatch Parking. I wasn't very happy but immediately paid the fine online. I didn't receive a confirmation email so checked on my online bank account and found the payment in Pending Transactions so thought all was ok. Four weeks later I received a letter saying I hadn't paid and now had to pay £155. It also stated that if I didn't pay they would forward the debt to a debt collection agency.
  3. I received a Notice to Keeper in relation to a PCN from Minster Baywatch. I appealed stating I would not name the driver the fee covering the time the vehicle was there was paid in full (they state payment covering the full duration of the stay was not paid) and there is a witness to this. Obviously they refused this, I only found out about their refusal when I received a further notice demanding now £155 it was originally £60 then £100 and now £155. I called and was informed they emailed their response on 15th March. They absolutely did not no email was r
  4. recently received two 90£' fines' from minister baywatch for parking in a hospital carpark where i was doing placement as a student. They are for 2 days in a row, i only remember getting a ticket for one day This carpark has different sections some you can park there all day, some are limited to 4 hours, but you dont have to pay to stay there at all. I didn't know there was a difference. I was informed by many people in the hospital that they were a cowboy operation and that no one pays their 'fines'. When given the tickets the carpark wasnt full and they
  5. I bought a ticket from a machine for a car park patrolled by Minster Baywatch. I bought a ticket for 2 hours' parking and clearly displayed it on the windscreen. I returned after an hour and a half and had been issued with a ticket with a charge of £100 reducing to £60 if paid within a fortnight. The reason given was that a valid permit was not displayed. This is very confusing as I had paid for parking and was not aware that a permit was also required. I doubt their appeals procedure as any appeal forfeits the right to reduced payment. I
  6. The above PPC lost yet another court case today. Among other things that worked against them was the confusion over who was bringing the claim and whether they were a legal entity. There is some sort of peculiar tie-up between Minster and another company called Bransby Wilson and it was a Mr Wilson from the latter company that attended court. To quote the successful defendant :- What is clear is that unless you exist as a legal entity, and can prove you have either contractual authority to act as agent, or are the landowner you cannot charge people for parking on your land, and cert
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