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Some thing I think you have missed is that as they are not using POFA they can only go after the driver not the keeper which means if they are chasing you as the keeper they are stuffed.

Keep on top of the Court about their payment and push for the claim to be struck out.

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5 minutes ago, lookinforinfo said:

Keep on top of the Court about their payment and push for the claim to be struck out.

Yes, maybe worth a stamp writing a letter to the court to request this?

In any case, belt & braces, get your WS in by the deadline as you plan to.

Starting to look bad for the fleecers ...


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Hi guys,

here we go, Gladstones blinked first and dropped the claim! I received a letter 'Notice of Discontinuance' which has also been sent to the court too (it says). 

I guess they knew they didn't stand a chance and were bluffing all the way hoping that I would pay. I just want to say a massive thank you to you guys. You actually saved me £250. I would have paid by now if these forums wasn't here. I would have not have a clue how these PPC's are [causing problems] people without using the proper law. I am so grateful to you guys! thank you and carry on this amazing work! your time and efforts are not going to waste. 

I am guessing no further action is required from me? I don't need to submit anything to court?

Should I do a counter claim for the time I wasted and the printing I done?

I am also thinking to complain to IPC and DVLA as they miss-used my data under POFA. 

Thank you again guys, 

 

 

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Brilliant news - well done! 🙌

Give the court a ring just to make absolutely sure they've given in, they're not above lying to motorists to get them to not turn up to a court hearing. 


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Until you get notice from the court, continue with court procedure as normal. give it a day or so and give the court a ring like FTM Dave said.  If they say its discontinued,  youre free!

 

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Well done, dejam, I'm pleased for you. Please let us know once the court confirm what's happened, because parking companies can sometimes mislead people, and we'll alter your thread title to show the result. :)

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You can write to the court and ask for your full costs if you can show they ahve behaved unreasonably. Now to do that you will need to pick through all of the civil procedure rules they have failed to follow and even then if they gave enough notice the chances are you wont get anything and this is why they do this.

Up to you, a simple letter sne to the court that was due to hear the case  outlining their faults and asking for £95 for your LiP research costs and £5 for stationery wouldnt be unreasonable. If you get brushed off you havent lost anything for asking. Some courts get fed up with their time being wasted by cases like this and will award the costs accordingly, others will apply the same weight to how they would deal with the matter as if it was heard and that usually means you get nothing

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Hi All, 

I wish I could personally know you to show you my appreciation of the support you guys gave me, thank you ever so much! 

I have submitted the WS to the court and to Gladdy's anyway just in case they are playing dirty tricks. I will wait for the court to notify me. 

Meanwhile, will be writing to the court, local MP, DVLA with complaints. will keep you informed until it's all over from the court.

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the best way is by helping here 

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just write to the court and ask for your wasted time costs under CPR 27.14.2(g).

Read up on that and itemise what you want. Gte it sent this week and you stand a fair chance of making them pay for their misadventure.

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Hi All,
The court has confirmed that the hearing has been vacated so claim dropped! 
I have submitted a cost schedule for unreasonable behaviour to the court. 
thank you again for all the help and I wish you all the best!
carry on with the amazing work!
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good luck with the costs order, treat it as a bonus if you get it as it is far from a certainty if they give more than a weeks notice.

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