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I have recently received correspondence from these with a breakdown of their charges. I have written back informing them that I will be claiming these charges back, however,I did not stipulate the amount just stated 'full monies'.

Do I know send them a LBA or should I break it down for them in a preliminary letter?

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Yes agreed.

If they reply to the prelim within the 14 days you can of course get the Lba straight out...assuming that they reply with a negative response.

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The charges I am claiming are broken down as such:

Parking fine 95.00

initial letter 12.00

bailiff fees 126.00

VAT 24.76

card fees 4.26


Payments received 105.00


Evidently this would have covered the initial parking ticket, however , they have sent the debt back to the council.

Do I proceed with an MCOL for the payments I made or do I ask for a SAR so that this is broken down and I can see where the bailiffs attended and thus their justification for the fee.

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The Bailiffs must provide you with a breakdown of costs and also a statement of showing the ammounts added to your account so yes by all means send them the S.A.R.


The Council will have set figures as to how much a bailiff can charge per visit and they will only be able to try a couple of times before having to return the debt to the council.


If the costs the bailiff has added and the ammount the council says they can charge don't match then send them the prelim.


Sometimes it can be good to copy all letters to the council just keeps them on there toes.



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