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I recently got a parking ticket from CP Plus for parking at Gartnavel Hospital in Glasgow. I parked on a small stretch of road which lead into one of the carparks, which had double yellow lines along it, with the exception of one area in the middle just slightly longer than a car length, which looked like it had been newly tarmacked, hence the broken yellow lines. It was within this space which I parked. Outwith the broken lines, I must also say the condition of the lines either side were terrible. I took photos when I got back to my car of my car in the space, then the empty space showing clearly the extent of the broken lines and the very poor condition of the lines either side. I think this is a simple one to appeal by using the photos taken, just looking for a little advise if there is anything I should be quoting / referring to in my appeal? All help is much appreciated.
Hi guys, I got a ticket from Civil Enforcement last year. I have since been following the popular advice online and have ignored all correspondence with them from all the dirty tactics they were using by switching names in every letter (and using names of fake solicitors companies) and their heavily threatening letters. However, i now have what appears to be a genuine County Court Claim from Northampton county council, with what appears to be a genuine seal and claim number (sticker)! They claim I was parked for 2 hours and 16 minutes in a co-op car park where the limit was 2 hours. I honestly do not know if i was even ever there. The crazy thing is this car park can hold approximately 200 cars and there are no more than 20 or so cars in there at any one time. I have 4 drivers on my insurance policy (i know, but insurance isn't exactly cheap nowadays ) and none of them could even remember being there at the time, at the time i felt hard done by, i turned to Google and ignored all correspondence from CEL. What do i do next?? I'm really panicking here. I've read these letters through and they really don't make any sense to me at all. I've got 2 peach letters from the court with one titled ' N1 Claim Form' and the other 'Particulars of Claim'. And also a response pack which has an 'Aknowledgement of service form', a 'Defence and Counterclaim form', and an 'Admission' form.