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    Hi I am new to the group - I appreciate any help that can be provided. We have been sent a Charge Notice by Highview parking in relation to an overstay in parking - the registered keeper was not driving the car - the driver held meetings in Costa & Subway & then left the car to attend another meeting without realising there was a 3 hour limit. The RK is now facing an £85 fine. Is there an efficient way to rebuff this. I have seen some posts re Highview before and Ostell VIP member appears to know his stuff. - How best to proceed please.?
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    You should also know that pictures of the redacted Notice to Keeper are also required, leave dates. Photos of the sign are also useful.

    It's not a fine, they do not have the authority to do that, merely a speculative invoice.

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