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Where there what you thought where security cameras & where you in Macdonalds if not how long had you been away for. Can you return & read the signs (if any) & let us know who their contractor is

 

Also what does the ticket claim to be, does it refer to a charge a penalty or even fine?

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i didnt notice if there were any security cameras but on the letter i recieved it gives the exact times i was there from and to, they must not have checked the camera as they gave the complete wrong car details in the letter and sent them to the previous owner!!!

These claims are getting tougher and tougher, talk about dragging them out!!! :rolleyes:

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No as she had a private reg on when i bought the car i was driving the car with this private reg on and it took a long time to get it swapped over to her car! Very confusing but very annoying!!!

These claims are getting tougher and tougher, talk about dragging them out!!! :rolleyes:

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I received a ticket last night for parking on yellow lines, however, there was no T-bar at the end of the lines, I believe this is unenforcable, but could do with some help with why this is.

 

Also my car was parked wholly on the pavement and not on the road at all does this make any difference?

 

Help!!!!!

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I think you'll find if you read the ticket carefully you have been done for parking on the pavement & not yellow lines.

 

Unless there is specific permission to park on the footpath then even where there are no lines you can still get a tcket for doing so

 

Now if you want to know if your ticket is technicaly enforcable that's another matter. Describe what is says. Does it state "date of issue", "date of offence" etc

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Ticket states parking contravention is parking in a restricted street during prescribed hours.

 

There is a date of issue but no date of contravention.

 

However if the offence is due to yellow lines the fact the t bar is missing would surely render the ticket void?

 

Does this help?

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If there is no date of contravention then the ticket is void whether you were parked illegally or not.

 

I know, I know there's a lot of thread to read but the answers are all in here somewhere.

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have also checked out what the contravention was with manchester city council and they have said it is for parking on double yellows.

 

Ask to see a photo. If you were parked on the pavement, offence or not, then they have the wrong offence on the ticket and it's unenforceable - but as stated above if there is no date of contravention on it (Manchester ticket - are you sure?) then it's irrelevant anyway.

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what about mine? can anythin be done about mine?

 

I'm correct in thinking that yours was a private CP.

 

Where there any warning signs as you entered the CP or placed throughout the CP

Where you using the facilities for which the CP was provided?

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Ask to see a photo. If you were parked on the pavement, offence or not, then they have the wrong offence on the ticket and it's unenforceable - but as stated above if there is no date of contravention on it (Manchester ticket - are you sure?) then it's irrelevant anyway.

 

Double/Single Yellow Lines are enforceable from the centre of the road up to the building line including any footpaths or grass verges.

 

PCN's with only one date on are U/S

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Double/Single Yellow Lines are enforceable from the centre of the road up to the building line including any footpaths or grass verges.

 

Hmmm, well nobody has told NPAS then because I won an appeal some time ago because my car was parked fully on the footpath and not on the road.

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Hmmm, well nobody has told NPAS then because I won an appeal some time ago because my car was parked fully on the footpath and not on the road.

 

Has the council allowed footpath parking? If it has thats ok.

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Not in Blackpool that's for sure! I can't remember exactly where it was to be honest but I don't think you're even allowed to breathe in Blackpool without a permit these days.

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Not in Blackpool that's for sure! I can't remember exactly where it was to be honest but I don't think you're even allowed to breathe in Blackpool without a permit these days.

 

Thats were I got my last speeding ticket. BTW I didn't pay that either:)

 

We now have Baa Baa Blue Sheep. What are they going to change your resort to.

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Thats were I got my last speeding ticket. BTW I didn't pay that either:)

 

We now have Baa Baa Blue Sheep. What are they going to change your resort to.

Haven't a clue what's going on here, they're spending money like water and desperately trying to find any way they can of getting the money in. Unless you actually know where to go I don't think you can legally park anywhere within a mile of the town centre for free, and they still can't figure out why town centre shopping is dying.

 

Take the Subway butty shop for example, they have had to scrap their service because they are not allowed to park outside the shop and since punters aren't either trade is now so bad that they are relocating to the shopping park/industrial area at Squires Gate on the edge of the town boundary. Absolutely potty. :rolleyes:

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hmmm... just got another ticket. I thought there wasnt a yellow line until i saw two wardens standing there 4 minutes later. A few things bug me about this.

 

1. The line was barely visable.

2. I was gone 4 minutes and returned to find two of them writing the ticket.

3. The warden tried to place the ticket on my bike but i think i threw it off before the other one had time to take a picture. the ****ers were laughing and joking chwcking out their snaps while i drove away.

 

what are my chances of appeal?

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It all depends how "barely visible" the lines were, if they were indeed very worn so that they could easily be missed of if they were broken then the ticket should not have been issued. Take a pic yourself of ther lines

 

Also if the ticket wasn't on your bike and they have no proof of this (but you need to be sure) and wasn't handed to you then again it is invalid. You would of course have to claim you know nothing about it when you get the notice to owner.

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Not in Blackpool that's for sure! I can't remember exactly where it was to be honest but I don't think you're even allowed to breathe in Blackpool without a permit these days.

 

My Gawd seylectric What do they do when the Glaswegians decend on Blackpool each year

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Hi Bartonski,

 

Look back in this thread to posts 6 to 21, you should find the allowable sizes for yellow lines together with tolerances & references for the info given.

 

& dont forget the t bars at each end .....the line/s between the t bars must be unbroken, to the permitted size (with permitted variation/tolerance) and have the correct size t bar at each end.....most of the time it is just the t bars which do not extend far enough towards the pavement at least here on Anglesey.

 

hope it helps you,

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JonCris,

 

"Received from guess who Pam Speed. Repeats previous statement "Abbey not required 6 years" etc. but goes onto to say " I will however contact retrievals & see if the hold any transactional details" Await further response

2nd August Good Grief! Have received my(in their words) "requested archived microfiche movements covering (pre 6 years) "

 

Do i understand this correctly? Did you manage to get your pre 6 years record of transactions?

 

If so, that is great, can you give me the contact details for Pam Speed (i assume she is an Abbey employee)?

 

Thank you

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