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This week yet another person has been found guilty in court of cutting off a vehicle clamp and unfortunately this case is yet another one where the 'ownership' of the vehicle is highly questionable. In brief, the individual attempted to justify his action on the basis that he claimed to be the 'owner' of the vehicle that had been clamped. He stated that he had not received any documentation in relation to the contravention. On this point he would have been telling the truth given that all statutory notices are by law sent to the 'registered keeper' (this is the person whose name appear
Only just seen this from Parking News Dec 2014; http://portfolio.cpl.co.uk/Parking-News/337/1/ Some friend... This also from Dec 2014, BPA website, latest news; Private parking can confuse motorists - is it time to regulate? 24 December 2014 Citizens Advice recently announced it has experienced an increase in motorists seeking advice on parking on private land and the legalities of enforcement. However, the BPA says it receives referrals from them to advise motorists on all types o
Hello, could anyone clarify what tribunals might consider a detriment and/or injuries to feelings? Is it clearly defined somewhere? For example, if I said that the outcome/conclusion of an internal hearing was unreasonable - could I say that was a detriment to me (and upset me)?