railway or airport byelaws are enforced by the railway company not VCS.
it would be in a magistrates court and any 'fine' would go to the state not the company nor VCS.
as VCS are claiming this is a speculative invoice because you broke some imaginary contract nor with the land own but with them under a supposed contract they signed with VCS, it contract law so is the county court via the MCOL small claims route...in otherwords a claim for a county court judgement.
now, and in any case
you will only be filing the std 2-4 line basic defence anyway to see if simon is stupid enough to carry this through.
the finer detail is for the disclosure stage [witness statements] IF IF IF it ever gets that far and simon Renshaw-smith runs away 1st to save court costs again him.
lots of byelaw airport or railway claimform topics here already.
Seems Lowell do want their day in court,
I just received a Claim Form for County Court from them giving me 14 days to respond.
Never been at this point before and very worried.
I would appreciate some more advice please.
I have attached a copy (redacted) of the first page of the Claim Form.
I guess the advice I am looking for is whether to admit to the whole claim, admit to part of the claim, dispute the claim, ask for 28 days to prepare defence or contest the court's jurisdiction.
If it were to go to court can I get the case transferred to my local county court in London rather than it being in Northampton?
Thanks again for the help and advice.
ok well I cant see asda not having had questions about this before
go into them at their customer helpdesk
ask who to contact as your money didn't come out.
had this a few years ago and it wasn't until the provider of the ATM machine physically looked at the log of the machine that day 4mths after it happened and proved me correct that I got my £250 back
after being told by my bank not their problem.
I know 😀 I used the term loosely. Potentially there are other criminal offences within the scope of the allegation - eg unauthorised access to a computer under the Computer Misuse Act, possibly Data Protection/GDPR offences depending what the data was. Hence I stress OP must not give any undertakings without first having professional legal advice.
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!