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    • CPR 31.14 request sent asking for:   1. The contract between Vehicle Control Services Limited and the landowner that assigns the right to enter into contracts with the public and make claims in their own name.  2. Proof of planning permission granted for signage etc under the Town and Country Planning Act 2007  3. Copies of the notice to driver, notice to keeper and any other correspondence from Vehicle Control Services Limited & DCB Legal Ltd to the defendant that they intend to rely upon in court.    Response received from solicitors:   Please be advised that there is no reference to the Notice to Driver and Notice to Keeper within the Particulars of Claim. The contract between our client and the landowner is also not referenced within the Particulars of Claim. Therefore, these will not be supplied at this stage. The signage which is referenced within the Particulars of Claim is available for viewing at Bristol Airport, where the parking charge was issued. All other documentation will be filed with the Court and served upon yourself at the relevant stage in the process, when it has been ordered by the Court.       I think they have skirted round the first point, and the original request wasn't about where the signage was, but the planning permission granted for the signage - is it worth replying to point these things out?....
    • Her premium is £400 and she is likely to be away for the rest of the year so it would be a waste of money to renew her policy. She is only 21.   I only want to drive the car maybe once a week to keep in roadworthy etc.   I have done some insurance comparison quotes and it looks like even though she is the registered owner I could take  out a separate policy  but when I spoke to one insurance company they said I needed to be the registered owner of the vehicle (i.e. to have an interest in the vehicle). However the quote went through even though I said my daughter was the owner of the vehicle.   The best option would be to pay nothing and use my policy but I take the point about ANPR and police issues so probably best if I take out the policy I mentioned above unless anyone can offer any other advice.   Brilliant quick answers by the way, many thanks.
    • You are in the UK I assume. Does your daughter normally live in the UK, she is temporarily away travelling in Australia but has left her car here?  So she is still named on the DVLA V5C ('log book' ) as the Registered Keeper? You have your own car but also have access to your daughter's car, ie she has given you permission to drive it while she is away?   If all that is correct then what your insurance company is telling you is that your policy has a 'Driving Other Cars' [DOC] extension which allows you drive another car in certain circumstances. Usually for Third Part Only (no cover for damage to your daughter's car). Your own certificate would be the evidence of that cover.   But really this isn't the best way to deal with it. What happens when the insurance on your daughter's car expires in a week's time? She needs to renew it so why doesn't she add you as a named driver to her policy?     
    • Not worth the hassle of driving on third party ( driving other cars) extension when the Car is not primarily covered under a Car owners policy.  You will get stopped by Police, they may argue that you are not properly Insured, car will be picked up on AMPR cameras.     And for the car to be on the road, it has to have Insurance or it has to be SORN.   Insurance is now compulsory, even if the Car is just parked on a public road.   Suggest your daughter renews the policy or takes out a new policy.  She can do this online from Australia, providing she is normally a UK resident and will be returning soon.   If your Daughter will be in Australia for quite awhile, perhaps she allows you to register the Car in your name and you then Insure it in your name. 
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Johnshell

NPS 3 PCNs now 3 Letters of claim - Lower Feversham St Car Park Midds TS2 1PB

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there is a mssive difference between the posts, the first  letter on your lot here John is forma  company that was wound up by companieshouse in JAN 2016 so hd no authority to send you anything after this date

 

The newco wasnt formed then either . they were also IPC members whereas the newco are BPA

 

So my suggestion is you respond to the address indicated on the new demands (London address) and say simply

Dear sirs,

your claim relates to a dissolved company that wasnt trading at the time of the supposed cause for action and you have no agency in this matter so Oh flip off and when you get there Oh flip off some more.

I'm sure that criminality wont be suffered kindly by the courts if you are stupid enough to continue with this fraud

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Ericsbrother, what send a letter in them exact words? I assume it's best to do it in writing? Would I need to reference any of the claims? 

 

I've been reading some of your responses and they do make me laugh lol!

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One in reply to each letter of claim as written above in eb's post

By royal mail only!!

 

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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I'm sending these responses off today, I just want to check one thing before I do so, should I send each letter of claim back with the reply or just reference it in my reply with their reference number?

 

I just want to thank you all for your help so far! I really appreciate it.

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just use their ref on each.

no need for anything else

though in normal circumstances say with a consumer credit claim, your would return more.


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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So, little update, I done everything as instructed and haven't heard a peep, untill now.

 

I have received 3 more letters of claim, almost identical to ones previously.

 

I'll upload these now.

 

Anyone help on what my next action should be?

 

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Acce92c66-f02c-44d0-a86e-5cfe24ec4ea7

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please don't use hosting sites.

upload as pdf here

read upload carefully.

 

are these for the same tickets already PAPLOC replied too?

 

dx

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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 I am struggling to upload as pdf, I cant work out how to do it from my mobile, even after reading the instructions.

 

Yes I have already replied to these tickets using a letter that was recommended on this thread, and these are another 3 letter of claims linked to the same tickets. I have had no other response.

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well you uploaded files 5 times already..

 

Click choose files at the bottom of you post

 

are these the same PCN numbers as the 3 DCBL letter (which were not letters of claim anyay)

and the same PCN numbers as those from NPS before

doesn't look like it to me diff dates.

 

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Sorry I have managed to work it out and re uploaded, I hope this is correct.

 

Yes these are the same numbers, and dates are the same, its for 3 different PCNS.

 

 

Scan 20 Jan 2020.pdf

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Cant you answer in english....

 

yes these are the same...

Its for 3 different ones..

 

Eh?


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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I am answering in English, this thread is about 3 different pcns, which I received 3 letter of claims for.

 

In the end I replied to all 3 of them with a snotty letter as per instructed by ericsbrothers, back in November.

 

Since then I have heard nothing back until today, when they have sent another 3 letters of claim, hence the reason ive posted back in this thread asking for advice on what to do next.

 

I apologise if I had misunderstood. I thought you meant different pcns than in the original post.

 

yes it is three different pcns, but these letters are for all of the ones originally spoke about in this thread.

 

Edited by Johnshell
missunderstanding of previous post

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The first three LBCs were for parking on the 07.09.16, 25.11.16 & 18.07.17.

 

The dates are duplicated on the three new ones, so they must be the same incidents.

 

You've already told them to flip off so I suppose you can ignore these.  Time for them to put up & take you to court, or wet themselves.  Seems that at the moment they are doing the latter.

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Seems a bit strong that they are charging you £210 extra for the three tickets. That could be classed as a penalty couldn't it ?

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I'm assuming that it's a standard debt recovery cost they have added to each claim. Although it has gone up £10 per letter compared to each LBC from last year!

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bounce it to someone else, get it back with more costs.

 

going by the amount of recent NPS letter of claims recently

I think their must be an office junior somewhere playing with there pc/printer.

they don't appear to have a clue what they are doing...

 

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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