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Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

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  • #16
    Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

    I just followed the advice laid out in the first reply. I thought it made sense that once it was all paid and squared up then it would look better to have it removed. I will just not mention that on the n244 if you think it's best but won't it CCJ become satisfied anyway so they will know.

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    • #17
      Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

      I never noticed that. Not saying it won't work, just it's better to wait, IMO.

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      • #18
        Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

        Just phoned the court to pay my 100 befor I send off the N244 form and the woman on the phone said I can't pay the 100 because the judgement has been done so I'd have to pay the full 255 and go all the way to Northampton!

        Is thus right or did I get someone one the phone who was wrong?

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        • #19
          Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

          An application without a hearing is 100. However, https://www.gov.uk/government/public...d-family-court lists a set aside as 255 and directly below "By consent or without notice where no other fee is specified 100". I have often wondered whether this means all set asides are 255 regardless or whether a consented one would in fact be only 100. Others seem to have paid only 100.

          Having said that, it is not unheard of for the court staff to be horrendously wrong. I'd phone back and hope operator 2 differs and stress "without a hearing" to see how it goes.

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          • #20
            Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

            Yeah I called back and eventually got through to someone who agreed with me, we'll us. So now to send the N244 away and wait.
            Thanks for all the help I'll keep this up dated

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            • #21
              Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

              Update : Received the documents back from the court. The Tomlin order needs to be changed to include "by consent".

              So I'll have to re-type it and send it back to parking eye to be signed. So that will be another few weeks before I can re submit.

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              • #22
                Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

                Hello Joe_max99.

                I'm currently in a similar position and about to send my consented form off with my n244 to get my judgement set aside. I'm worried my consent isn't worded correctly.. can you shed some light on where abouts it needs to say "by consent"?

                Thanks so much,

                Matt

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                • #23
                  Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

                  Hi Ovel,
                  I've followed your advice quite thoroughly as I'm in a very similar situation. I have obtained a signed Tomlin order from parking eye and currently filling in my n244 form. Can I ask advice on which parts and how to do this in my current situation? (With signed consent form) I'm unsure how to approach the witness statement part. Is this where I explain my circumstances as to why I couldn't contest the court order in the first place? Also is this where I explain that both parties have consented?

                  Any help is massively appreciated.

                  Thanks,

                  Matt

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                  • #24
                    Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

                    [MENTION=71570]R0b[/MENTION] [MENTION=87380]Diana M[/MENTION] can you advise if [MENTION=71696]ovel[/MENTION] doesn't ?

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                    • #25
                      Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

                      Thanks! I've followed overs instructions regarding the n244 form and used the tomlin order also which I think was provided by junglist_matty. Both of which have been successful. My only concern is that ovel hasn't given any reason in the witness statement box other than mentioning the consent form and also joe_max has had his consent form rejected due to a discrepancy in the wording.

                      If my appeal to set aside judgment isn't successful on any of these grounds will I be allowed to resubmit after having altered whatever the problem is?

                      Thanks for all the amazing help!

                      Matt

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                      • #26
                        Re: Parking Eye CCJ - Set aside ?

                        Hi everyone,

                        I have been following this post over the past month and since I have found out (after being refused a mortgage) that I have also got a ccj, all thanks to parkingeye! I did not receive parking eyes correspondence because although I informed the dvla of change in address I didn't complete the V5C log book- so my car was still registered at old address

                        Anyway, as I mentioned I have been following this post and I am going to try to set aside with consent, I have the completed and signed Tomlin order back from Parking EYE and have now finished my draft n244 form (many thanks to ovel!)

                        My main question (and sorry if its a stupid one!!), is do I have to fill anything out in section 8 & 9- where it asks what level of judge this would require? Or should I leave blank?

                        Many thanks in advance and I would love to hear any updates from joe_max99 and MattBerry!

                        Thanks again

                        Jenny

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                        • #27
                          Hello everyone,

                          Have read this thread with much interest, and am very happy for its existence. I've started out by following Ovel's comprehensive strategy; so I've sent an initial email to the enforcement team stating the reasons for why the default ccj was given to me without my knowledge, followed by a paragraph explaining that I do not wish to contend the outstanding amount (177 in my case), finishing up with a request to set aside the ccj via a consent order drafted by myself (although it will actually be the template consent order provided by Ovel), agreeing to pay the fine upon receiving a completed consent order from them.

                          I immediately received a generic email from ParkingEye, explaining that they have received my email, and endeavour to give me a response within 10 working days. So I now have my fingers crossed and am waiting for their response.

                          In the meantime I have drafted a covering letter to accompany the consent order, I've also filled in the consent/tomlin order (bar the dates) and the N244. I did all of this while it is fresh in my mind, and to save myself a bit of time as I travel through this process.

                          I'll post up my progress as I go, and if there are any caveats I happen upon, I'll share them to help smooth the way for anybody going through this process after me.

                          Jim

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