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Coporate services have sent a parking charge notice to a friend of mine, after 5mins of parking there. they state that the reason for the charge is because they didnt use the premises. im wondering do they need to prove that they didnt need to use the premises of KFC, in order for them to charge this invoice? if so will a simple email stating that they did indeed use the kfc on the day in question and its down to them to prove that they didnt in order for them to pay.
I have received a NTK, I was not the driver. In answer to the stickies questions: 1. 24/05/2016 2. 20/06/2017 (27 days after incident by my calculation) 3. 22/06/2016 (posted second class) 4. No 5. Yes (but you cannot see anything of the car park, only the car) 6. No 7. Civil Enforcement (Liverpool) My partner and her friends all received the same notice on the same day (3 drivers and 3 cars). They had all met at a KFC in Christchurch, Dorset for lunch and were in the restaurant the whole time. They have exceeded the allowed time of 75 minutes - looks like they were in there for about 110 minutes. One of them has since been back to the car park and tells me that it is 'plastered' in signs which all three of them insist were not there at the time of the infringement. (I do not know if there were any signs at all, or just not clearly visible and obvious). Thanks.
I drive a company car have recently received an email from the lease company advising they have received a PCN from Civil Enforcement Ltd for overstay at a free KFC car park. The lease company have passed on my details to CEL as the keeper of the vehicle and absolved themselves of all liability. Most of the advise i can find on the net is to totally ignore this and any further correspondence from CE L but i was thinking of emailing KFC to log my disgust at this treatment of one of there customers, my only concern being that this might be construed as me identifying myself as the driver of the vehicle which i am not obligated to divulge. For this reason am i better of ignoring this completely ? The KFC car park was i thought free but apparently had a 2hr maximum stay which i was not aware off , given that it was free i have no ticket or any other form of contract so feel im not culpable in any way. APNR was in use which i was not aware of either. Some of the advise on the various boards to ignore go back a few years and i know there have been some changes in the law regarding this in the last couple of years and wondered what the perceived wisdom is now? Many thanks for any pointers