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I parked in a loading bay only area with my blue badge displayed.

 

I have a PCN with a notice number and a date of notice - 06/12/29.

 

Vehicle registration just says WN and nothing else.

 

This has 2 faults - the date is wrong and only the 1st 2 letters of the registration number.

 

It also states:

Who had reasonable cause to believe that the following parking contravention had occurred...

 

...25 25 - parked in a loading place during restricted hours without loading.

 

Please advice if this PCN is valid.

The following was done on behalf of my mother:

First letter send 20th April 2006. Reply recieved 22nd April 2006.

Second letter sent 24th April 2006. Reply recieved 26th April 2006.

Accepted at small claims court.

Defendant filed an acknowledgment of service on 25th July 2006.

Allocation Questionaire recieved 16th August 2006.

Court date set for 22nd February 2007.

12th FEBRUARY 2007 SETTLED IN FULL! :D

4th April 2007 - Court orders Lloyds to pay costs. :D:D

23rd April - Bank pays costs :grin::grin::grin:

 

This claim took a total of 298 days to reach settlement. Further charges were taken, an email was sent to Lloyds, at the conclusion of this 1st claim and settled in full in only 16 days.

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If you can post the image up here it would be helpful, but the fact they have got the date wrong and only a partial registration mark then I would say it is a non starter for whoever issued it. Was it a local authority?

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this is the ticket - http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/571/img005ln6.jpg

 

and it was Bristol City Council

The following was done on behalf of my mother:

First letter send 20th April 2006. Reply recieved 22nd April 2006.

Second letter sent 24th April 2006. Reply recieved 26th April 2006.

Accepted at small claims court.

Defendant filed an acknowledgment of service on 25th July 2006.

Allocation Questionaire recieved 16th August 2006.

Court date set for 22nd February 2007.

12th FEBRUARY 2007 SETTLED IN FULL! :D

4th April 2007 - Court orders Lloyds to pay costs. :D:D

23rd April - Bank pays costs :grin::grin::grin:

 

This claim took a total of 298 days to reach settlement. Further charges were taken, an email was sent to Lloyds, at the conclusion of this 1st claim and settled in full in only 16 days.

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It would be interesting to see how they will issue a notice to owner based on the registration number on the ticket. The date is totally out as well, so I think it is safe to say that they will have difficulty in persuing it:)

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I thought so :)

 

Shall I just completely ignore it then?

The following was done on behalf of my mother:

First letter send 20th April 2006. Reply recieved 22nd April 2006.

Second letter sent 24th April 2006. Reply recieved 26th April 2006.

Accepted at small claims court.

Defendant filed an acknowledgment of service on 25th July 2006.

Allocation Questionaire recieved 16th August 2006.

Court date set for 22nd February 2007.

12th FEBRUARY 2007 SETTLED IN FULL! :D

4th April 2007 - Court orders Lloyds to pay costs. :D:D

23rd April - Bank pays costs :grin::grin::grin:

 

This claim took a total of 298 days to reach settlement. Further charges were taken, an email was sent to Lloyds, at the conclusion of this 1st claim and settled in full in only 16 days.

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You could write in and point out that you were issued a PCN with an incorrect date and an incomplete registration number, point out it is invalid and invite them to cancel it. There is no need to tell them the full registration mark of your car in your letter.;)

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OK thanks for the help

:)

The following was done on behalf of my mother:

First letter send 20th April 2006. Reply recieved 22nd April 2006.

Second letter sent 24th April 2006. Reply recieved 26th April 2006.

Accepted at small claims court.

Defendant filed an acknowledgment of service on 25th July 2006.

Allocation Questionaire recieved 16th August 2006.

Court date set for 22nd February 2007.

12th FEBRUARY 2007 SETTLED IN FULL! :D

4th April 2007 - Court orders Lloyds to pay costs. :D:D

23rd April - Bank pays costs :grin::grin::grin:

 

This claim took a total of 298 days to reach settlement. Further charges were taken, an email was sent to Lloyds, at the conclusion of this 1st claim and settled in full in only 16 days.

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You could write in and point out that you were issued a PCN with an incorrect date and an incomplete registration number, point out it is invalid and invite them to cancel it. There is no need to tell them the full registration mark of your car in your letter.;)

 

No,no,no

 

Wait for them to send a NtO (if they can). If you contact them, then they may try and issue a corrected PCN.

 

Since they will not be able to send an NtO without knowing the full VRM, then you can just ignore the whole thing.

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Well, I called the office and gave them the ticket number. Then I asked the lady what date it was issued. This confused her. Then I asked her what the registration number was. More confusion so she spoke to her supervisor and then said the ticket is not valid. Obviously I gave her none of my details and she didn't ask for any either.

 

:D

The following was done on behalf of my mother:

First letter send 20th April 2006. Reply recieved 22nd April 2006.

Second letter sent 24th April 2006. Reply recieved 26th April 2006.

Accepted at small claims court.

Defendant filed an acknowledgment of service on 25th July 2006.

Allocation Questionaire recieved 16th August 2006.

Court date set for 22nd February 2007.

12th FEBRUARY 2007 SETTLED IN FULL! :D

4th April 2007 - Court orders Lloyds to pay costs. :D:D

23rd April - Bank pays costs :grin::grin::grin:

 

This claim took a total of 298 days to reach settlement. Further charges were taken, an email was sent to Lloyds, at the conclusion of this 1st claim and settled in full in only 16 days.

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