Ashley doesnt even try and make his begging letters look compliant with the law any more so there is no keeper liability. Now the lack of signs at the entrance will kill any claim of a contract by way of signage placed elsewhere and the land appears to be divided so what bit is CEL in charge of? they have used ANPR cameras to capture your comings and goings but what if you are using the village hall and not the pub for example, you have to still pass through the cameras but arent covered by the signs so no contract to consider let alone breach.
Plenty f time so nice piccies of the entrance to the land, any signs present, their cameras, any signs around thwe car park and some piccies to show the layout and what appears to be a division of the parking- ie the bollards etc, changes in tarmac surface etc. Is the pub still open? If not then who does CEL have the agreeemnt with will be a question for the future.
Dont be tempted to contact them until they get to sending you a LBA or LBC, anything from a dac is just waste paper.
Thank you, I have uploaded pictures of the signs;
I am the defendant and deny liability for the entirety of the claim. The particulars of the Claim disclose no cause of action on the following grounds:
1. It is denied that the registered keeper of vehicle XXXXXX parked in breach of the terms of parking stipulated on the signage at Regents Retail Park on 16thSeptember 2018.
2. No contract was formed or agreed between the registered keeper and Local Parking Security Limited.
3. This claim is has no clause of action against the defendant or anyone else.
Excellent advice, thank you all so much.
I will leave making the edits for a short while, just in case any more helpful information is given in this forum, then I will amend and upload the better version for you all to review.
I cannot thank you enough for your help, I really do hope that I win the case and I would love if someone else could then one day use this thread and case as a basis for their defence against these parking pirates.