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Judicial Review Judgment: Duff v Secretary of State for Transport


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This afternoon the long awaited judgment regarding Stephen Duff's Judicial Review was handed down by Justice Edes.

 

For those who have been following this case, Stephen Duff (the Claimant) is a Certificated Bailiff and runs a business called ProServe which made a large number of requests in 2014 to DVLA for disclosure of keeper info despite not being a member of an ATA.

 

The judgment is extremely important and no doubt the legally minded members on here will have observations after pouring over the finer details.

 

It is now expected that DVLA will refuse to provide data to any other company who are not members of an ATA.

 

 

http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2015/1605.html

 

 

PS: If the link does not work......further details and a copy of the judgment can be accessed from the Parking Prankster here:

 

 

http://parking-prankster.blogspot.co.uk/

Edited by Conniff
redone link, copied from PP but still not working yet PP link is.
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As he didn't like the judgement and being told he needs to be in an ATA, it shows he doesn't care about anyone except himself and in it for easy money.

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He doesn't care about anyone except himself and in it for easy money.

 

What an understatment !!! Just google around and you will see that he has been charging a bloody fortune for 'trespass' for a long time now. He has also been relying upon a rather ancient legislation....(Damage, Distress, Feasant) that was sadly not repealed under the Tribunal, Courts & Enforcement Act 2007.

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