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HI,

I recently received a £70 ticket from euro car parks for being (unknowingly) parked in a disabled space, i thought it was a mother and child space as the one next to it was. When i studied the ticket it stated the color of my car was grey when in fact it is blue and looks in no way shape or form grey.Needless to say i haven't paid the ticket.Does anyone know if i have grounds to reject paying the ticket as the simplest of information on the ticket is incorrect.

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Hi Jordy.

I don't know the answer to your problem.

I suggest that you re-post in the Parking/Traffic Wardens Forum.

Cllick on the following link.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/parking-traffic-wardens/

 

You should find the help you need there.

 

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I am totally new to forums but hopefully will get the hang of it shortly.

I am seeking advice over 2 overstay charges being made against me by Euro Car Parks when my wife and I shopped at the Lidl store, Bangor.

No notice was affixed to our car on either occasion and the fines came totally out of the blue. I am adamant we did not overstay but cannot prove this. We have been penalized for legitimately shopping at Lidle. On the second occasion we shopped I walked into Bangor to withdraw some cash but my wife went straight into the store. I returned, sat in the car and read and watched the attendant walk the park.

I received both notices last Thurday (21st), one with date of issue 17th April the second with 18th May.

Sorry for the long explanation, new to this, does anyone have any advice

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A private company Can not enforce a fine. The only only thing they can do is sue for tort and in this case there is no tort, or they can sue for breach of contact and as you do not have a contract with them they can go whistle.

 

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