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Claim Form - District Enforcement/Gladstone Solicitors

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  • Claim Form - District Enforcement/Gladstone Solicitors

    Good Evening
    i just received this letter from Gladstone Solicitors about three parking fines that District enforcement put in my windscreen in the private parking lot of my house.
    I remember that when i moved here that in the contract was include the parking lot for one car.
    After a while they changed the rules and asked to all the resident to pay a parking permit ticket for use it.
    Because i've got two fines, i start to ask for this permit then i sent to them all the doc about my car they asked me and waiting for this parking permit that never arrived.
    I choose to avoid the private parking lot (in the house wher i live) and start to park outside my bulding, one days i was in emergency, i had parking my car inside the Private Parking lot and i receive another fine.
    Do you have any advice about that? i need to go to the court?
    Thank yoy for your help
    Dario
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  • #2
    So what does your lease say about parking?* If you already have the right to park why do you need another contract with a third party stranger and have to pay for a permit.

    Post up a redacted PCN* and photos of the signs

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    • #3
      Hi, thks for your feedback. I just looking for the original lease to check it but i didn't find it. I wrote an email to Riverside and ask them for a copy.
      This is the copy of the first page of the claim that i received.

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      • #4
        i think that the next stage should be to fill the Defence and Counterclaim as the attached picture, it's correct?
        thks

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        • #5
          Any Help?

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