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    • Hi Just finished mediation phone call and in some respects I had to enforce the point the case is not suitable for mediation due to lack of information from claimant. Person on other end of phone eventually agreed with me, but only after trying to get me to negotiate with sols. Decision re mediation referred back to court. Will now await outcome and further paperwork.
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    • Hi Andy Documents have been served in the County Court Leicester, Goosedale and Their representative    I attach the confirmation from the Court, we will not be posting the documents to save costs and have indicated this on the Service of the documents. I thank you for your support and will keep you updated over the next few weeks.   Automated Response   Hearings Leicester County<[email protected]> 13:53     To  s   Quick reply Reply all Forward Delete Actions     Thank you for your enquiry We are in unprecedented times due to the impacts of Coronavirus As a result, it may take us longer to answer you We will respond as soon as we can     Thank you for your email to The County Court at Leicester.   Please DO NOT duplicate any email sent with a hard copy by post or DX.  If a hard copy is required it will be printed by the Court.   We aim to deal with or reply to your email to within 5 working days unless it is urgent, and priority will not necessarily be given over any post received by the Court.    It greatly assists the Court responding to emails quickly if you put your case number and the next hearing date (if there is one) in the subject line.   When sending an email to the County Court it is your responsibility to comply with the Civil Procedure Rules Practice Direction 5b and guidelines set by the Court.  Any email which does not comply with these requirements will be responded to saying why it has been rejected, and then deleted.   An email plus all its attachments may not be larger than 10mb When printed, an email plus attachments must not be more than 50 sides of A4 paper in total.  (excluding Local Authorities and CAFCASS) Any Court process that requires a fee to be paid cannot be sent by email. (excluding Local Authorities). For the full guidance issued by HMCTS please visit our website. The rules set out in the Civil Procedure Rules can be viewed by clicking here. This is an automatically generated reply.   Here is how HMCTS uses personal data about you This e-mail and any attachments is intended only for the attention of the addressee(s). Its unauthorised use, disclosure, storage or copying is not permitted. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy all copies and inform the sender by return e-mail. Internet e-mail is not a secure medium. Any reply to this message could be intercepted and read by someone else. Please bear that in mind when deciding whether to send material in response to this message by e-mail. This e-mail (whether you are the sender or the recipient) may be monitored, recorded and retained by the Ministry of Justice. Monitoring / blocking software may be used, and e-mail content may be read at any time. You have a responsibility to ensure laws are not broken when composing or forwarding e-mails and their contents.
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    • I'm just musing that there might be an easy way to sort this out.   I know you've contacted the surgery, but presumably you got a member of staff on the phone who found it easier to say "no" than "yes".  How about if your wife writes to the surgery, and points out    - what happened and why she was emotional that day    - that there is no sign at the entrance about controlled private parking which is completely against industry standards, meaning that even if someone read the tiny signs inside the car park by then it would be too late to avoid the £100 charge (yes, there is a grace period, but they won't know that)    - that the whole set up seems to favour PE being able to issue the £100 invoices rather than for the car park to be properly managed    - that it was the surgery that called in PE, they are legally responsible for this mess    - that you will add the surgery to any court action against you by PE    - that all this unpleasantness can be avoided if the surgery simply tells PE to cancel the charge.   Now you might get absolutely nowhere, but it's only a stamp, getting nasty often gets results, nothing ventured ...
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