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post Sun, 8 May 2022 - 13:58
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Hi all,

I Received a county court claim from CP PLUS for a parking charge notice which I don’t remember.

I have attached the particulars of the claim they wrote on the claim form.
They mentioned I agreed to pay within 28 days but I didn’t, but I never did speak to them.

https://ibb.co/BT44B6s
What can I do any help and advice will be great.

Thanks
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 16:54
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I could not find anything similar to mine on that portal.
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 18:36
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Yes you could, as that was a template defence. You literally only had to read, add two lines, and file it. Instead of coming here to ask you went ahead and perjured yourself.

Get a settlement sorted. You don't want a court finding out you seem to have lied in your defence.
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 20:31
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What lie?

Pl don't get all forensic about words used by a non-legally trained person.

IMO, there is nothing heinous or necessarily contradictory about:

I filed the defence saying I am not aware of the incident and now evidence has been provided

and naming the driver


The 'incident' is as per PCN which of course the OP wouldn't have a clue about because they say they weren't driving. And therefore if not driving they wouldn't know what the hell happened!

That some people want to make an issue of knowing the driver but not what they were doing seems pretty odd to me.(Am I my driver's keeper?)

However, DWMB2's point seems to present the OP with a problem:

So your defence was, verbatim, "I am not aware of the incident and now (sic) evidence has been provided."? Or did you say any more than this? If that's all you have said you'll almost certainly lose, as you've offered no reasons as to why you don't owe the money. (to the court).

And OP, you must switch on to seeing the court as a blank canvas, they only know what you and the claimant tell them.

OP, you are only potentially liable if the PPC ' b)is unable to take steps to enforce that requirement against the driver because the creditor does not know both the name of the driver and a current address for service for the driver.'.

NB. this is not whether the driver agrees to committing the breach, this is a different matter, it's whether they acknowledge being the driver (you need to read the condition in detail i.e. not whether they know the name of someone the keeper says was driving, but whether they know the name and serviceable address of the driver which means that there is no issue regarding who was driving).
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 21:17
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The op,knew about the incident when they filed the defence

I'm out. Hopeless.
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 21:36
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Because it was 'revealed' in the PCN.

I know about it, the OP knows about it and so does everybody who's read the thread, but only as regards what we've read.
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 21:50
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I AM NOT. AWARE

Am not. Not was not.

The former is a lie. The latter is not.
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post Mon, 11 Jul 2022 - 21:55
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Too forensic.

This is not an English exam, it's simple people expressing themselves as best they can.
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post Tue, 12 Jul 2022 - 11:10
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It's a written statement given under penalty of perjury as the truth. That was a lie. Not "too forensic" , basic bloody English.
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