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QUOTE (bond0007 @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 13:51) *
would they look to repossess goods?

If the parking company employs bailiff's then they would look to make a controlled goods agreement - and could remove. (But they have no initial right of entry)

I wouldn't recommend ignoring the CCJ. (Especially if this truly was the 1st letter - we have seen people ignore the wrong paperwork...)
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Posted on: Today, 13:41


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I'd simply supply the details under normal 1st class post - with a free proof of postage.

A FTF 'fight' will be at court and this could all be avoided, even if you have a 'good' defence.
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Posted on: Today, 13:35


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Any question? There's a good chance that excess will go to court. (There are a few forces that issue fixed penalties up to 55mph)

Guideline penalty (for a guilty plea) is 1 week's relevant earnings, costs of £85 and surcharge of 10% of the fine (min £30). 6 points likely, but a short ban possible too.
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Posted on: Today, 13:29


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Not patronising - it was a factual response. Simply provide the details of the dealership you sold the car to.
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Posted on: Today, 13:25


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QUOTE (Bengley @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 14:23) *
That's not what I asked

So what are you asking? There may be a valid reason why they've contacted you as a previous registered keeper.

As you are not the RK you are not obliged to provide the driver's details but any information you have that may lead to the identification...
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QUOTE (Bengley @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 14:11) *
What are the other options?

Go to court and get 6 points, a large fine and an insurance-bashing MS90 endorsement.
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Posted on: Today, 13:21


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QUOTE (Atrixblue.-MFR-. @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 14:03) *
Im at a loss as what else I can physically do now. Im thinking now I just leave it and see if they send me a reminder/summons for FTF.

The alleged offence won't be at all relevant if they pursue a FTF. Why can't you simply provide the driver's details on your own (signed) letter? No need to special delivery either.
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Posted on: Today, 13:19


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Yup.
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Posted on: Today, 12:52


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Who was the defendant? (That is who has the CCJ...)
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QUOTE (bond0007 @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 13:29) *
To slightly confuse the issue this fine was addressed to my partner, when I checked her V5 it has her address on it not my address. How would the parking company be able to send a letter like this if the V5 form has her address on it?

We can only theorise - but the claim form would have been sent to the same address the judgment (in default) was. There may be explanations how the parking notices went elsewhere first and they then use a trace service. But there should have been a letter before action too.

But you must either pay it or apply for the set aside - unless you're not bothered about the credit implications of an unsatisfied CCJ.

QUOTE (bond0007 @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 13:39) *
Any options here? Sorry I didn't have the full story from the outlay.

It may have implications to any defence but alas there are still those 3 options...
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Posted on: Today, 12:37


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QUOTE (bond0007 @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 13:14) *
Is there away way to obtain information referring to the charge as it seems a little unfair this is the first communication I have received

As noted above a SAR (under data protection law) - but this won't necessarily be quick enough. (A set aside must be applied for promptly)
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Posted on: Today, 12:10


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Who issued the PCN?
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That's correct. You might be able to recover that, but no guarantees.

You could contact the claimant for information but they only want your cash.
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Posted on: Today, 11:27


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No, it won’t - you have to get the judgment set aside first.
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Posted on: Today, 11:17


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That is a good result!
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Posted on: Today, 11:15


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You either pay it or apply to have it set aside.

If you don’t pay within 30 days you’ll have a CCJ which will give you credit issues for many years.

Or you have a limited time to apply for a set aside which will cost £255. (Alternatively £100 if the parking company allows an uncontested application)

It would be most unusual to have received nothing at all other than a default judgment. Is the address 100% correct? (Is the v5 correct?)
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Posted on: Today, 07:36


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Yes, the date is wrong - your licence should not have been revoked.

Contact the convicting court in the first instance - they should be able to resolve this as an administrative issue (in the interests of justice).

Probably too late, but why did you not respond to the request?

The revocation is an admin exercise by the DVLA - you can continue driving until they notify you. But if you did get revoked, do not drive until the issue is resolved.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 20:46


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Is the address on your v5 100% correct? Any previous postal issues?

The don't use proof of posting. (Nor do they have to as long as the court is convinced that the document was produced and posted)
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Posted on: Yesterday, 20:35


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The period of parking is not clear. How long was the vehicle 'parked'?

Sounds like the contract was rejected and the driver left?

They have not issued a court claim to date.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 20:22


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There may still be the option to accept the underlying charge in exchange for dropping the s172 (if you were driving).

A s172 conviction is nasty. If the Police can evidence the NIP/s172 entering the postal system then it is for you to rebut the presumption of delivery. (Not for them to prove it arrived)

Without seeing the full statement it's hard to say if there is sufficient doubt to assist you.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 20:11


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Ok, fairly litigious. Would be good to see redacted PCN and signs. At least some chance at POPLA.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 19:56


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What's the exact company name, there are several 'PPS'.

That appeal only applies if they have not complied with the Protection of Freedoms Act. (i.e. they can pursue the keeper, regardless of whether they were driving or not)
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Posted on: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 20:49


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Put it here.
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Posted on: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 20:48


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Which parking company originally issued the ticket?

P.s. you are potentially committing a criminal offence in not updating your v5. (Not that it's commonly pursued)

Update it asap as it can get you into real grief.
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Posted on: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 20:45


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In Scotland they do pursue careless/dangerous for excessive speed. But 84 should result in a fixed penalty - 3 points £100.

Alternatively, you may wish to search for unsigned.
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