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PRIVATE PARKING TICKET ON WINDSCREEN FOR NOT PARKING WITHIN MARKED BAY, Have appealed stating I am not the named driver, just regustered Keepe
Jonohammer
post Sat, 6 Apr 2019 - 22:47
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Hi

I came out of Hospitsl and had a ticket on my windscreen for parking incorrectly. It is from Parking Eye.

I appealed stating I am the registered Keeper but was not the driver who offended and that I have no legal obligation to disclose who was.

The appesl has been declined so now have POPLA option. Is it right they can now pursue me as the Registered Keeper as I thought that could only happen with "proper" PCN'S and not with Private Parking Firms?

Any help/advice is appreciated.
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post Sun, 7 Apr 2019 - 08:18
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Yes Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 allows them to claim form the keeper if they don't know the driver, but only if they jump through the required hoops of the Act.

Is this residential parking? a bit more about the situation would help. PE normally get it right but occasionally fail.

Post up the original PCN received, redacted to remove identifying details but leave the dates. The signs would help as well.

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