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hi, this is my first visit to this site. on the 31st of july i parked in a car park in govan glasgow for about 3 hrs, which i have done a few times in the past, i returned and drove home. well today i got a threatining letter saying that i now owed £80 because i hadnt payed their fine. there was no ticket on my car when i returned to it, and today was the first time that i was aware of any fine. can i just ignore it, and are scottish laws on this the same as the rest of the uk. should i bother appealing this and threaten them with my trade union lawyers, or just ignore it .



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Hi and welcome to CAG. Sorry your first post was missed.


You can ignore if you wish. I will try and find a thread I looked at earlier where a great letter was posted.


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If it is a Parking Charge Notice from a Private Parking Company then you can ignore, you are in Scotland and you do not have to declare who was driving. It is not a fine either, only Plod, Local Authority and Courts can fine you, it is an unenforceable invoice. Have a read around the forum, you'll get the idea.

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