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  • Cpm letter before action

    Can anyone help me on this letter pls???
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  • #2
    Gosh - you do seem to have picked up an awful lot of separate parking claims, judging by the number of your posts seeking help.

    You might wish to go over the previous answers to your previous queries on those, to see if you think you might have a defence and when you have done that, perhaps consider posting what you think that proposed defence might be.


    • #3
      So ask the mods to merge with the original thread

      You state that your are not liable as the keeper of the vehicle
      Even if you were liable then as the keeper you can only be held liable for the amount of the original PCN
      THere may have been a contract with the driver for the additional sum but are not the driver
      The claim of £80 for solicitors costs is not allowed by the courts as this will probably go to the small claims track.


      • #4
        Thanks guys
        ostell do i reply to the letter at this point?


        • #5
          Yes, you must.

          But I don't know the story behind it so there are probably other points.


          • #6
            These are all the letter I have received.


            • #7
              Let me know if u need any more info


              • #8
                What do u think guys? What shall I reply??


                • #9
                  ostell what do you think mate? How shall I reply? How can I word my appeal?


                  • #10
                    I think they have done everything correctly. I can't see a reason that would allow a defence.

                    However you could tell them that, as the keeper, you can only be held responsible for the amount of the original PCN, POFA 4 (5), and you are therefore offering them £100 to withdraw. If it dies get to court you raise thevfwct that you made an offer which was refused


                    • #11
                      So as to leaving it, donít reply, they wont take it further was a total waste of time??


                      • #12
                        Who told you that? Devere are one of the worst?


                        • #13
                          Donít worry about it! Iíll just pay it!


                          • #14
                            Believe me I don't like to say pay but there are times when there's no other choice. Just try to get the lowest amount.


                            • #15
                              I don't think you should pay it. I think at best a good will gesture without prejudice


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