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County Court Claim Letter - Parking Eye

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  • County Court Claim Letter - Parking Eye

    Hi

    Wonder if anyone can help.

    Received a county court claim form for a parking charge notice issued 28/12/17

    Comes as a surprise as I have not received any correspondence other than this claim, would have thought I would have received something before being taken to court?

    Have contacted the issuing court (Northampton who advised me on filling in either the defence or admission form, but not sure where I stand on this.

    I have acknowledged the claim online but ticked the box to defend part of the claim. (Not sure if that was the correct thing to do?)

    Have attached the letter and blocked out anything personal / password.

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AiuqcCOhBhAZicNZBekUf6pGEuDMjQ

    Can anyone provide advice?

    Thanks

    HB
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  • #2
    So I have just looked at parking eye website and am able to view their evidence on there.

    This is what they have.... I have removed the registration plate, but the rest of the image is terrible, and the date differs to that on the claim letter?

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AiuqcCOhBhAZicNa8rdolsAbUgLJRg

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    • #3
      There are 2 dates, the date of the alleged breach of conditions and the date they issued the parking charge.

      So there has been no letter before claim before this, absolutely nothing?

      First of all acknowledge the claim using the details on the court form, do not put anything at all into the defence, not even a full stop. This will give you 33 days from the date of issue to get your defence to the court.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ostell View Post
        There are 2 dates, the date of the alleged breach of conditions and the date they issued the parking charge.

        So there has been no letter before claim before this, absolutely nothing?

        First of all acknowledge the claim using the details on the court form, do not put anything at all into the defence, not even a full stop. This will give you 33 days from the date of issue to get your defence to the court.
        I haven't had anything, just this letter what nearly 6 months later?

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