Thanks for posting up the PCNs etc. Could you please advise us of the date that the first PCN was sent to you after the windscreen ticket. That has to be sent within certain times. The charge is that you failed to clearly show your permit. Does that mean that you had a permit but it was upside down or fallen on the floor of the car for example? If you have a photo of the sign at the entrance to the car Park-if yes, could you please post it up for us.
I am surprised that they have been stupid enough to send a letter of claim under the circumstances but perhaps they are hoping you will pay up rather than go to Court. One of EB's snotty letters may confirm to them not to waste any more money on you.
DODGEBALL - Read the thread (particularly what the OP has said). Find out what the law is (particularly the Magistrates’ Court Act in respect to Statutory Declarations and the Statutes relating to Speeding and Section 172 of the RTA) and what the normal court process is relating to them. Then, and only then then, let us know what you think. Meantime I suggest you do not confuse the OP. She has enough problems as it is and could do without further confusion.
JEN - I suggest you take note of what I and Manxman have said. It is all you need to know. I fear you are being confused and misled by others. I don't know why.
Hi, I am looking for some advice. I moved last week (decided to do it myself) which in hindsight wasn’t the best idea. Basically on the day of the move, I was awaiting the completion call (which I didn’t get until 3pm). We were loading, the movers for my buyer turned up at about 11am and were sat outside the house. We left with a load and decided to go to the house I had purchased. Whilst there I received the call that I could collect my keys. When we got back to my old house at 4pm, my buyers movers had gone.
Apparently they only work until half four. So we carried on moving, as still had a fair bit to move. The buyer had moved next door to her son so I handed her a spare key and we carried on. The buyers movers returned the following morning to deliver her things. The buyer stated I was in breach of contract etc as wasn’t out of the house on time and would receive a fine. I said there was no need to involve the solicitors and I would just cover the extra cost for the movers to return the following morning. Anyway, she has now sent me a bill for over £1000 and this looks to be the whole of her transport cost.
I feel this is really excessive and would like some advice on how to go forward with this. I was going to call the company on Monday and ask exactly what the additional cost was, not sure they will tell me though. Any help would be much appreciated here...
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!