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    Hi all, New here so please be gentle.

    Back story - I moved into my property in 2019, it's a housing association and parking is controlled by a private company. At sign up I was told that I would get parking as I am a disabled (registered, also have a blue badge and a movability car). A private parking company controls the parking on the estate where I live. I have no choice but to park on the property as I can not park on the areas surrounding as my mobility is limited. The surrounding areas are also controlled areas by the council and they have refused to give parking permits.

    I attended court for judgement to be set aside as I did not receive the response pack from Northampton county court. My request is, what case law and how to I build my defence in regards to discrimination and equality?

    I am desperate and this is my first time doing something like this, they want a ridiculous amount of money as this is for a number of parking tickets. Any help will be grateful.

    Thank you
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    Originally posted by hudz1985 View Post
    Hi all, New here so please be gentle.

    Back story - I moved into my property in 2019, it's a housing association and parking is controlled by a private company. At sign up I was told that I would get parking as I am a disabled (registered, also have a blue badge and a movability car). A private parking company controls the parking on the estate where I live. I have no choice but to park on the property as I can not park on the areas surrounding as my mobility is limited. The surrounding areas are also controlled areas by the council and they have refused to give parking permits.

    I attended court for judgement to be set aside as I did not receive the response pack from Northampton county court. My request is, what case law and how to I build my defence in regards to discrimination and equality?

    I am desperate and this is my first time doing something like this, they want a ridiculous amount of money as this is for a number of parking tickets. Any help will be grateful.

    Thank you
    Why was there a set aside hearing?
    Was the court claim sent to a wrong address?
    I'm guessing that the set aside was allowed, but confirmation would be good, plus an idea of the subsequent court order & instruction.
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        Charitynjw, there a couple of threads relating to this same matter. is it possible to combine them to save confussion

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          CWOT did not reply to any request for information to assist from Charitynjw and myself

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            Originally posted by tesla6518 View Post
            Charitynjw, there a couple of threads relating to this same matter. is it possible to combine them to save confussion
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              I can't merge the threads as they're in different sub forums I'm afraid.

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                ...unless ULA can do it?

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                  Hi, I can merge 2 threads but sometimes it can end up with a messy thread and I thinknthat may be an issue this time as the other thread is quite long and has more information on it.

                  May be better to close this thread and then make a post from the other tagging the OP to say that is the thread we are now using.

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                    Ok, thread closed. Here is the other thread Help write defence, disabled man, can't park on my estate, - LegalBeagles Forum

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