only what is in post 27......
don't play your cards in the open yet.!!
pers i'd await to see if they return to work tomorrow
it's better to speak, catch them on the hop whilst they have no time to think about it.
simply state (as you will in the email too,)
if you fail to agree to set aside CCJ NO. xxx by mutual consent FOC to me
I will have no other option but to raise an N244 setaside and I will sue you for the fee and consequential costs.
I know it can be difficult to be rude to people but here you are dealing witha bunch of crooks who care only how much money they can make from innocent motorists. So there is no need to be polite to them-indeed to do so to them shows that they have a chance of getting you to pay if they put enough pressure on you. All this despite the fact that they know they have no legal right to ask for money from you.
On another subject, I see that the NTK was sent to you on the 2nd March yet you didn't receive it until the 10th March. Was this because you car is leased or another reason. Also, unless VCS already know your name [possibly because the car was hired/leased/ do not tell them who was driving. They have not complied with POFA so can only pursue the driver.
Dx, ok thanks, that makes sense.
I am going to try to Email DCB L for the Consent tomorrow, if that doesn't work I will apply for the Set Aside.
Do I need to be careful about how much information I put in the email for the Consent,
or based on everything I have written so far,
do you think there is anything I should include that may persuade them that it would be better to Consent,
rather than me apply for the Set Aside and claim costs?
Surely in the first line you mean "You clearly are as simple as you sound" (i.e., cut out "not").
There's also a typo where you repeat "to a to a".
Personally in the last line I'd stop at the "Arkell v Pressdram case" so they won't have a clue what it is until they look it up (if they do)!