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?....