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  • Default CCJ - Help!

    Hello,

    I appreciate there are lots of threads on this already but would like to see if any members are able to offer me specific advise?

    I've just found out via a credit alert that I have a CCJ registered against me from a private parking company

    They've serviced the claim against my old address (moved last year). Updated driving licence, DVLA, electoral register etc when I moved.

    On a couple of occasions I forgot to display my permit and got a ticket - They discontinued a case against me 18 months ago after I sent witness statement etc...

    There was another occasion about 2 years ago (the specific parking event they've claimed against me on this occasion) --- where I parked in a sort of unloading area above ground next to the flats in the middle of the night. I specifically remember this event because I had been inside for around 15 minutes before returning to my car to find a ticket which I remember thinking how unlucky! I had forgotten my electric key fob to enter the gated car park and had agreed to collect my flatmate from the train station - so didn't go to my space in the car park for the 15 minutes,

    Question is - is it worth trying to have the claim set aside? They claim that I've broken the T&Cs of parking - however the signage is foreboding i.e. there is no offer to park - also there may be some other legal arguments around unfair consumer contracts etc --- They've pursued me via POFA - so I believe that they can't add all the inflated costs on top.

    I'm not bothered about being in a net loss position in regards to paying court fees greater than the debt - I want to pay them as little to nothing as possible.
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    Set Aside Application

    is the details for set aside applications. If the claim was served on your old address and they had no reason to do so ( which it sounds like, they didn't do their due diligence )then you really should apply to have the CCJ set aside. You can then make a decision on whether to defend the case or make an offer to pay so that the CCJ doesn't get reapplied if your defence fails.
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      Thanks for the above link. That has been useful as have all the other threads on the forum.

      I asked to have the judgement set aside by consent but they fobbed me off and then ignored the deadline I set for a response.

      So I've sent off my little bundle to the courts - should be set a hearing date soon. Will update this thread with the outcome.

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