Name of the Claimant :
vehicle control services limited
2 europa court
sheffield business park
Claimants Solicitors: (if one is stated)
Date of issue – 28th may 2020
Date for AOS - 15th june 2020
Date to submit Defence - 29th june 2020
What is the claim for –
The claim is for a breach of contract for breaching the terms and conditions set on private land.
The defendants vehicle xxxxxxx, was identified in the Berkeley centre pay & display on the xx/xx/xxxx in breach of the advertised terms and conditions; namely parked without payment of the parking tariff for the vehicle registration mark of the vehicle on site.
At all material times the defendant was the registered keeper and/or driver.
The terms and conditions upon entering the private land were clearly displayed at the entrance and in prominent locations.
The sign was the offer and the act of entering private land was the acceptance of the offer hereby entering into a contract by conduct.
The signs specifically detail the terms and conditions and the consequences of failure to comply, namely a parking charge notice will be issued, and the defendant has failed to settle the outstanding liability.
The claimant seeks the recovery of the parking charge notice, contractual costs and interest.
What is the value of the claim?
£160 + £25 court fees = £185 total
The claimant beleives that the facts stated in this claim form are true and i am duly authorised by the claimant to sign this statement
signed jake burgess (claimant)
Am looking for some advice, and i know you guys are always helpful
My parents moved into a rented accomodation back in the early 80's and have a standard tenancy agreement covered under the 1977 rent act.
As a sitting tenant, the landlord did virtually no work to the property, with my parents maintaing when needed. We lost my dad a few years back, and my mum is struggling to maintain. We have had major issues with electrics and drainage which we approached the landlord for with no replies for last 18 months. We did all we could to work with them.
I have done as much as i can do, but am aware it is quite unsafe and we managed to get the local council to help. They assessed the property remotely, and sent a list of repairs that the landlord needed to perform within 6 weeks. After tradesman have reviewed the repairs Include:
Removal of an unsafe conservatory
Rewire of entire property - including new mains
Repairing a partially collapsed sewer.
Repair/replace damaged single glazed windows.
Making fire safe
The landlords have been in contact and started some works, however - am very aware with mum being on her own, with COPD we need to keep her sheilded.
Are the landlords obliged to put her in alternative accomodation while the works are carried out?
What precautions can i make to ensure the tradesman are compliant with COVID-19 regualtions (We have not allowed any internal works to begin as yet)?
Is there an alternative way out of this? Can i approach the landlords asking to move her into a more suitable property considering the works needed (4-5 weeks probable).
Should i seek advice of a property solicitor at this point?
Can they immediately raise the rent to market rate? (I think they/we need to appoint a rent officer) as its quite low at present.
Is there anything we need to be careful of not to break the tenancy rules?
My parents have been benefiting from the low rent, but have installed central heating, new boilers etc, lots of repairs to drive ways and maintenace. The place is on a fairly large space and they have always maintained the gardens.
Personally, i would prefer to move mum into more suitable accomodation - but she loves this place and i know will struggle to leave.
Any tips on how to handle any of the above!