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  1. Hi Everyone, Looking for some advice in the best way to deal with a Summons that dropped through the letter box a day or so ago. My wife parked in a car park administered by Civil Enforcement Ltd on 28/8/2016. This car park had previously been a car park where one paid on exit and my wife assumed it was still like this when she parked. After about 10 minutes (on leaving the car park) a colleague informed her you now have to pre-pay so she immediately returned and purchased a ticket which she placed in the car and thought no more about it Then she received a letter (now thrown away) demanding £100 as a parking charge for not following the car parks rules and regulations. My wife wrote back to them disputing the charge and refusing to pay it. She went through their appeals procedure and received letters demanding payment and threatening legal action on 6/10/16, 26/10/16, 7/11/16 and 13/02/17 and the Summons dated 8/6/17. The Summons has been replied to to defend all. My wife was part of a church group she has 20 witnesses to returning and buying the ticket after about 10 minutes had elapsed. I have asked her to get some witness statement from members of the group. Unfortunately the original tickets were not retained. Civil Enforcement Ltd have number plate recognition cameras and the ticket machine is one where you enter the car registration number when buying the ticket. presumably, my wife can ask for the timing details of entering the car park, time of ticket purchase. amount of ticket purchase and when she left the car park. This should show she would not have used up all the time paid for. Its early days yet but I would appreciate all and any input as to the best way to deal with this. An irritating thing about the Summons is that it does not state what it is for. Can they issue a generic Summons like this? - Wording below: "The Claimant claims the sum of £250.64 for outstanding debt and damages including £14.64 interest persuant to S.69 of the County Courts Act 1984. Rate 8.00% pa from dates above to7/617. Same rate to Judgment - 0.05 Total debt and interest due - £260.64 I will provide the defendent with separate detailed particulars within 14 days after service of the claim form." Amount Claimed - £250.64 Court Fee - £25.00 Legal Reps Costs - £50.00 Total - £325.64 As it is a small claim can they charge a legal reps fee? And can they issue a summons without stating what it is all about and without a breakdown of charges? Look forward to comments whether good or bad.
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