Need some help,
I contacted by a solicitor firm today a private parking company in Blackpool are attempting to sew me.
NE PARKING LTD
29-23 LOWTHIAN ROAD
So basically I parked correctly in a parking bay and I paid for a parking ticket I was rushing around etc and theres two things that could of happened one. I put the ticket upside down by accident, two the wind caught it and flipped it upside down anyway the ticket was upside down.....
I appealed the ticket back in 2018 just not long after I received the ticket but now they have a solicitor involved and want to take me to court now ..
What do I do?
The ticket says
Pay and display
Place ticket on dashboard
What is what I done it doesn't say ticket must be face up or faced down so I don't think I've breached there policy
pop up on the MCOL website detailed on the claimform.
register as an individual
note the long gateway number given
then log in
select respond to a claim and select the start AOS box.
then using the details required from the claimform
leave jurisdiction unticked.
click thru to the end
confirm and exit MCOL.
get a CPR 31:14 request running to the solicitors [if one is not listed send to the claimant]
no need to sign anything
you DO NOT await the return of paperwork.
you MUST file a defence regardless by day 33 from the date on the claimform [1 in the count]
Again, you seem resistant to explanation, and unclear in what you are asking.
”Coronavirus” you ask. Any Coronavirus? Just 2019-nCoV ??
”haven’t got ..... if they are clear of symptoms for 6 days”?
You might mean “if they have had 2019n-CoV and have been clear of symptoms : are they still infectious” : your question isn’t clear.
If your question actually is “if they were exposed to 2019n-CoV and have been clear of any symptoms by (say, 12 days)
AND they haven’t had a subsequent exposure AND they give an accurate exposure history : will they NOT develop 2019n-CoV” my position is definately. This is “incubation period”, not “case finding definition period”..... see below
Do they then use 14 days for case finding / testing: (Case finding relies on symptoms sufficient to require testing and detection) Definately.
10 days for time to symptoms bad enough to come to attention for testing, and detectable levels. Further 4 days for “wiggle room / patients don’t report accurately”
House was a fictional character who said “everybody lies”. Some patients lie (“have you had a temperature ? They won’t let me board that plane if I say yes, so I’ll say no”)
Others don’t deliberately lie, but may not give an accurate travel history (“Which state in China was I in?” “Which day did I leave”
Still : 10 days incubation period. Might it be 11 days? Possibly.
12 days. I’m happy until further info comes out.
14 days? Nothing currently to suggest that is even close.
Shocking pictures reveal ‘disgusting’ conditions inside Hermes depot where workers ‘feel like slaves’. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419726-shocking-pictures-reveal-%E2%80%98disgusting%E2%80%99-conditions-inside-hermes-depot-where-workers-%E2%80%98feel-like-slaves%E2%80%99/
Euro Car Parks issued this ticket to the police in Devon and Cornwall. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419522-can-anyone-identify-the-parking-company-which-issued-this-ticket-to-the-police-in-devon-and-cornwall/