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I have a ticket for parking on the grass beyond the bays on a council run car park in Wilmslow Cheshire.


I was fully beyond the kerbed edges of the car park. I was not causing an obstruction in any way.


Does anyone know in law, what constitutes the legal boundary of a car park. Is it the edges created by the kerbs or is it the boundary where it meets the wall / pavement / other property ?


Any answers much appreciated.

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What was the actual contravention on the ticket? I assume parking outside a bay, which it sounds like you were?


I don't think it comes down to legal boundaries - there are marked bays where the edges are obvious surely?

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The boundaries of a carpark would be the physical borders of the land that the carpark land owner owns.


If you were on this land, and not within a marked bay, then the contravention has occurred.

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