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    • Yes print 3 copies......Claimant Solicitor not the claimant....the address will be the same as your Proposed Notice of Allocation. CCMC Salford.   This is to allocate the claim to track...the next stage of the claim process.....as for if you have to pay .....who knows until it actually gets to a hearing and you win or lose. 
    • now I notice 2 things, 1 they have failed so say who the creditor is so they have failed to create ANY liability 2 thay have failed to indicate the location of the alleged incident, Chalon way industrial estate? housing? multistorey car park? the POFA is clear on this, no correct location, no charge. 3 in the second NTK the image of the car leaving appears to be an image of a car entering the car park on the wrong side of the road ( I do this a lot) As the cameras they use are at best 95% accurate this leaves room for doubt that they have actually captured your vehicle in both pictures as entry and leaving  for the same parking event. 4 Your problems are not parking events so cant be breaches of contract as described. Have a look at the BPA code of practice and see if the Hansard for the dabte on the POFA is available online and hopefully they will describe such events and say what parking co's must consider.   Dont respond to them until you have a definitive answer on thsi last point as I wouldnt bother argue with them over the other points as they wont care and it will reduce your chances of surprising them later on if they still fancy saying a breakdown is parking
    • E&W=England and Wales for correct sign see TSRGD paper on disabled parking and within that fig 6. note layout and size Whilst you are at it look at all of the suggested floor markings and bay sizes. The ones shown dont pass the regulations. That means they have fiale to meet planning regs. So then we look at intent- now they will argue that the intent is clear but then as the layout, markings and signage fail to follow the code of practice they will be considered advisory (as they should be on private land). Can it be true that you can be sued for ignoring someones advice, esp when there isnt a contractual term that says anything about it in the first place? In the fullness of time you will be copying this pdf and using it as evidence. In the meanwhile you stick to the deadlines imposed by the court procedure and if they fail to pay the allocation fee in tiem you ask for the case to be chucked out. At near the end of thsi month you post your outline defence via the moneyclaim portal and state that (1) the claim is denied as there  was no offer of a contractual term to breach in such a manner  (2) the claimant has failed to show a cause for action against the defendant, being the keeper of the vehicle because they have failed to follow the protocols of the POFA so cannot create a keeper liability in this matter.  The claimant has failed to identify the driver at the time (3) the Particulars of claim are so vague  it is impossible to determine what the claimant is actually relying upon to show a cause for action in terms of the location, date of event and how the the amount of the claim (sum of £160) was arrived at and particulary the signage they rely on to form a contract with the public. The defendant invites the court to issue a Case management Order under CPR3.3 to instruct the claimant provide evidence that signage that expressly offers a contract exists as claimed and that this contract was then breached as the defendant believes that the claim has no reasonable grounds and is a waste of the courts resources and should be dismissed if such evidence is not produced.   the last point may well be ignored whislt the paperwork is processed at Northampton as they dont read much of it and it will only be read once it gets allocated to your local court so prepare to get as far as a hearing in any case.  
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How to calculate an award ( case against work)

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Can someone please advise me on how to calculate and award for the following

 

Case of psychological injury due to bullying and harassment in the workplace and constructive dismissal

 

I have been given indication that they wish to settle prior to the hearing and want to get the figures right before

 

Thanks

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courts and tribunals love precedents as that means they dont make decisions that are subsequently challenged for being perverse.

Look up online any previous cases and use the nearest match or formula to your circumstance as an opening bid. Bear in mind how much it costs to drag a case through the system as they often are looking at a stop loss figure rather than being willing to offer £10k just because someone else got that once so if your opening figure is too high they may just walk away and take the risk of the decision. Pitch too low and they may grab your hand but them you will feel foolish if then forced to sign various punitively restrictive documents as part of this because you wont really be in a position to argue for a lot more cash without shackes if you say no to the onerous deal.

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No trying to calculate now and really don’t know where to start.

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An actual Schedule of Loss is not an easy thing to explain on paper. You know you have a basic award, losses up to ET and future losses for starters?

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