so the sign they have invented actually damages their claim more than the real ones. It says that you cnat aprk and that you need to refer to terms that are not available so breaching S62 of the consumer Rights Act and that means you may reject the entire contract.
I would suggest that you send somethig like this.
Dear sirs, your clients need to visit the opticians and that way they may be able to tell the difference between the driver of a vehicle and its passengers. As the contract advertised on the sign is with the driver alone then a passenger leaving the site has nothing to do with this contract and your clients operatives will just be considered voyeurs and may gets themselves clapped in irons if they continue following and photographing random people. I trust that you being the parking world's second cleverest lawyers will know that they will get trounced in court if they try their luck and you will advise them from wasting their time and money on a claim that will only embarrass them.
In the meanwhile it would be useful if operatives for private parking companies wore some sort of identifying uniform so motorists are able to distinguish them from the other perverts hanging around areas accessible to the public. i would suggest in Premier Park's case a dirty mac would be appropriate.
now as this will appear in any documents bundle filed in a court claim thery will struggle to advise their client that you havnet followed the protocols and tried to sort things out without the matter going to court.
Thanks Andy. I read the link and now understand. Whilst I was aware that use of the term prevented the other side from using any of the statements you made in court I was unaware of the appropriate (or inappropriate!) use by solicitors. Thanks for the education.
Hi... first time poster...
If you're sure the debt was repaid in full I'd guess that would be a defence to any claim... However, so far as i'm aware, and from other posts on here, it seems like the banks can bring claims in this jurisdiction and have been successful. I think SquaddyP had said they were recently involved in court proceedings... perhaps they could confirm/share any outcome?
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!