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1 Date of the infringement: 08/06/17

 

2 Date notice given: 08/06/17

 

3 Date received: 15/06/17

 

4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Y

 

5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Y

 

6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up you appeal] : N

Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up: N

 

7 Who is the parking company? National Car Parks Limited

 

8. Where exactly [carpark name and town]: Clacton Jackson Road (CCTV) in England

For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under: Appeal to National Car Parks Limited or if they reject goto POPLA.org.uk?

 

Is this enforcable as I am in Scotland?

 

I was there for approx 10 mins, tried to pay machine not working then left.

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sadly the carpark being in England, you being Scottish doesn't help..

 

 

can you scan the NTK [both sides please[

to PDF

click upload.


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name on letter 1st line

hidden it for you


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not POFA compliant,

they say PCN was issued on the 8/6 so that means a screen ticket was issued.

 

this gives the driver 28 days to pay up before they can issue a NTK.

What they mean is date of event, which is different.

 

Also, they fail to say who the creditor is and that is a must for keepr liability.

 

Then wording of the demand doesnt use the correct phraseology so again not compliant with POFA and no keeper liability can thus be created.

 

The details of the place of the event are a bit vague as well,

have a look to see if there are any other car parks

or allocated parking in Jackson Rd Clacton

 

then think if their description of the land can ONLY refer to that site.

saying NCP car park, they think, is clear enough but how are you to know who manages every other parking space in Jackson Rd?

 

Parking Co's do lose court claims on sloppy writing like this so it is important that both you and the parking co understand what is written and why those words are chosen.

 

What I would do?

use the time over the next month to get some pictures of the signage at the car park and the entrance to the land from the public highway.

 

It must be clear when entering the land that you are being offered a coherent offer and so rubbish placing of signs, vague wording or reference to other signs is a loser for them.

 

when they write again in about a months time you can tell them that there is no Keeper liability for this matter and to go and bother the driver at the time, who they must identify for themselves.

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Thank you for the reply ericsbrother.

 

I shall ignore it then

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no, you dont ignore it, you read things very carefully and then respond if necessary, accordingly. Read the last sentence of my above post, I didnt say ignore.

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