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PCN resident permit - county claim letter- Gladstones

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  • PCN resident permit - county claim letter- Gladstones

    hi
    can someone please advise me
    I parked my car by my flat in a residents permit road. My permit was in the car but it mustíve slipped down
    i have mistakenly confirmed myself as the driver and that the ticket mustíve slipped down in my initial appeal which was denied by parking and property management services.
    I now have a letter from county court. Should I defend it or just pay?
    dont want to waste my time if I canít win. But surely the whole purpose of the company is to stop non residents parking in the area. They know Iím a resident with resident permits

    please please help
    thanks


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    So you are a resident and so you have a lease which must mention parking? What does the lease say? What do the signs say about parking? "Permit Holders Only" or something like that?

    Could this apply?

    The signage in the car park is of a ďforbiddingĒ nature. It is limited to cars displaying a valid permit only and therefore the terms cannot apply to cars without a permit because the signage does not offer an invitation to park on certain terms. The terms are forbidding. This means that there was never a contractual relationship. I refer you to the following case law: PCM-UK v Bull et all B4GF26K6 [2016], UKPC v Masterson B4GF26K6[2016], Horizon Parking v Mr J C5GF17X2 [2016] Ė In all three of these cases the signage was found to be forbidding and thus only a trespass had occurred and would be a matter for the landowner.

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    • #3
      What does your lease say about parking?

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