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HELP - Judgement against me on PPN

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I've made a big error, i received a couple of 'parking notices' from our friends at OPC, made the usual 'go forth' response and ignored the rest of their communications. They then put in an MCOL which I very stupidly completely overlooked, i dont remember seeing it but i guess that is no defence, and have just now received a notification from the courts 'Judgement for Claimant (in default)'.

 

Is there anything i can do now, or is it too late?

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You can ask for judgement to be set aside.

 

Your defence would be; what evidence do they have to say you had a contract with them, i.e. the driver?

 

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Ok, thanks. Any idea how i should actually formulate the defence, i dont have a great deal of experience in this.

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Overlooking the MCOL form may prove to be a hurdle.

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Apply to have the judgement set aside first, then worry about the defence (although there are plenty of examples to be found using the forum search function).

 

If you don't remember seeing the court papers, it's possible that they were never sent - it's not the first time that this has happened with OPC (see here for example).

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Overlooking the MCOL form may prove to be a hurdle.

 

 

In what way is it a hurdle Lamma, something I should be looking out for or just a passing comment ?

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you need a good reason to get a judgement overturned, even an OPC one. If you never got the papers thats one thing but if you did then what reasons can you give. 'I forgot about it' may not be good enough. . . . . . .

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