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The law in NI is different to England and Wales and also so Scotland. Clamping is still allowed in NI for starters, no POFA and no keeper liability.

 

However the reference you make is a bit of a non-story so if you have a problem with a parking issues the first thing to consider is the offer of a contract by way of signage at the place where you park and whether it means anything.

 

In your case the lease may also trump their signage. UKPC cant access the DVLA database because they have been banned from doing so and that means if you get a demand through the post you need to ask the DVLA who has accessed your keeper details and to complain as they will have broken the law by doing so.

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Apparently the ban was lifted end of May... Any tickets issued between mid march and may can not be called on....

 

By trump do you mean outweigh their requests to do me over?

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Link in post 2 please


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superiority of contract.

If you have an agreement with landowner that trumps their offer of a contract to the public.

 

analogy would be i employ and estate agent to sell my house and tell them that I dont want prospective buyers parking on my land whilst they view.

the estate agent then send out demands for payment to my friends for parking on my drive.

 

Well, I have agreed to let them so even if I somehow gave the estate agnet permission to beg money from house viewers that wouldnt apply to me, my family or anyone else I invite on to my land.

The EA would have no say in this.

 

Same applies in your case, they will have permission that is limited by th landlords rights and by any other agreement he has with others, either as part of the lease or by way of an easement ( if you have parked there for 8 years you can create a right to do so) or by other agreement.

 

Apparently the ban was lifted end of May... Any tickets issued between mid march and may can not be called on....

 

By trump do you mean outweigh their requests to do me over?

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I have been parking in a 'private' parking carpark underneath the shopping centre where I hold a lease on a premises.

To be fair I know I shouldn't as it's private, but times are hard and I'm paying enough on rent and rates!

 

The car aprk is empty.

 

I have probably got over 15 yellow NTK.

 

What should I do now?

 

I know UKPC were banned for a while but understand that has been lifted now (shock).

 

I am refusing to pay this to these cowboys.

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I'm assuming that these have been acquired over quite a period, or are they all recent?

 

Have a go at completing the relevant parts of this post (copy and paste (with your answers) back to this thread).

 

 

What does your lease say about parking?


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For a windscreen ticket (Notice To Driver) please answer the following questions....

1 The date of infringement?

 

31.05.18

 

 

2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?]

 

NO

 

 

if you have then please post up whatever you sent and how you sent it and the date you sent it,

suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide

 

has there been a response?

please post it up as well, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide]

 

If you haven't appealed yet - ,.........

 

have you received a Notice To Keeper? (NTK) [must be received by you between 29-56 days]

what date is on it

Did the NTK provide photographic evidence?

 

I HAVE A LETTER HERE, WITN A PICTURE OF MY VAN PARKED, I DO NOT DOUBT THAT I PARKED THERE, I HAVE DONE SO FOR 2/3 MONTHS NOW.

 

 

 

3 Did the NTK mention Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 (PoFA) [Y/N?]

 

THE LETTER DOES YES.

 

 

4 If you appealed after receiving the NTK,

did the parking company give you any information regarding the further appeals process?

[it is well known that parking companies will reject any appeal whatever the circumstances]

 

I HAVE NOT YET APPEALED ANYTHING.

 

 

5 Who is the parking company?

 

UKPC

 

 

6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park?

 

HUDDERSFIELD, UNSURE OF NAME OF CAR PARK??

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Threads dealing with the same issue merged.

 

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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DATES are critical so what is the date on their NTK and when did you receive it?

 

as for 15 yellow NTK's do you mean notice to driver? IE ticket stuck on screen? again tell us the DATES of the events and what you have received since for each of them. As they were barred from using KADOE then you will be asking the DVLA who accessed your details and when to see if they are lying to the DVLA again.

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Hi, i will be honest,

these NTK YELLOW TICKETS O SCREEN

- well they go back to about late Feb,

and got them over the last 3 months,

as I have a lease on a premises in a shopping centre and the carpark is empty most times,

it's more of a moral stance...

I undertsand they were barred from march to may?

 

I have only received one letter form them and it said the alleged a'offence' was 31st May 2018. It is now July 6th 2018.

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we know that, what we dont know because you havent told us is the DATES of both the screen tickets and the corresponding NTK's through the post.

 

Half of the information is not helpful so what is the date on the letter sent and does it correspond with the screen ticket?

 

What was the date you received it, I have a newspaper to tell me todays date but I cant guess as to when you received your letter with any accuracy.

 

Please read things carefully and answer fully

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Some of you may remember

- I run a small retail store, in a shopping centre, there is parking but you only get 20 mins or something.

 

I had no issues whatsoever for the first 2 months, everyone did it, then in around feb started to get yellow NTK...

Now whether my next action was right or wrong is not the point here..

 

I just binned them taking no notice of them.. Let's just say I maybe got about 20 or so over 3 months...

 

I was told to not worry about DRP, I am not... Just had a letter in the door saying 'intended court action'...

 

I have absolutely no intention of 1. getting worried, and 2. taking action.

 

Can someone please let me know what I should do here..

 

I am paying tenant of the shopping centre, is there anyway I can write to them and twll them to go away nicely?

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a dca is not a bailiff and have zero legal powers to do anything

only the PPC can take you to court.

 

who are they?


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And to take you to court there's a procedure they have to follow before issuing a claim so you get at least a months notice of them thinking of it


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So should I just keep ripping their letters up and using it as fire tinder?

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You got it.

Ignore everything except a letter of claim or an actual claim form.

Though it would be wise to keep the letters just incase they try different tactics.


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best thing to do is scan stuff to pdf and keep it on a pendrive or somewhere that wont get wiped if your pc fails etc

they [THE OWNERS of the land or their REPs ] could comeback anytime upto 6yrs.


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they are rentathreats and can do nothing in their own name or on behalf of anyone else. they may well recommentd their client does things but I recommend you use daz for whiter washes but I cant sue you if you dont.

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And other Washing Powders which are available :-)


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right thats it, expect a lba any day now. My clients have a washing powder monopoly and even to suggest that you can use other ones is a breach of the clearly indicated contract written on the back of the box or available on their web site so you cant say you didnt see it. My friends Will and John will support me on this and will add their £60 unicorn food tax to the bill for doing their usual nothing.

 

 

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As the name suggests, can any debtors / DCCs get your address info from motor insurance companies? 

Thanks.

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tell us the real reason why you are asking..

 

what is going on?

 

 


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Not directly. If you use a comparison site, they may pass on your data.  Be careful when agreeing to your data being processed. 


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