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I was given a default judgement regarding some unpaid fines. I managed to get this set aside. There is a hearing in a few weeks time. However i have receioved all the paperwork in from the claimant regarding the claim with all the photos etc showing the car parked illegally and the signs on display etc.

 

however now that i have seen all these i am not the driver and i don't know who the driver was. Can you please tell me what i should do. Do i need to submit my own witness statements to the court before a hearing.

 

Do i need to send in an affadavit ?

 

 

Any help gladly appreciated.

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Sent you an email.

 

My advice is to swear affadivits for not receiving any paperwork whatsover from the court and the other side, and also one stating you were not the driver. Then turn up to your hearing to get the judgement set aside and also ask to have the whole claim struck out as you were not the driver.

 

Does that sound like a good plan of attack?

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What were the particulars of the claim against you?

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Just parking without a permit on a number of occasions.

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Are the claimants relying on any particular point of law? There's no cause of action for just "parking without a permit".

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