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GooseOnTheLoose
post Fri, 14 Sep 2018 - 10:58
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The driver parked the car in the car park at their place of employment. They put their permit on the dashboard as usual.

When they returned to their car, they had a ticket for non-display of a valid permit, and the permit had slid down the dashboard and so was below the black frame on the windshield glass and so not visible.


The same situation had occurred previously to other employees, including the MD, who said he complained to the parking management company that his business had a lease on the building that costs his company a considerable sum, and the lease includes parking spaces and does not mention any need for displaying permits. He said to use this as an appeal and he will be able to provide the lease if needed.

A redacted copy of the ticket is attached.


Any comments on the above approach?
Additionally, the permit is just effectively a business card and has no way of being affixed, which caused it to slip on the dashboard. Does this inadequacy of the permit (provided by UKPC) have any value in being added to the appeal, or just concentrate on the lease?

Any other thoughts or advice appreciated.


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SchoolRunMum
post Sun, 11 Nov 2018 - 22:31
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That's fine. Your post must have been missed as we are so busy!

Have you had a NOTICE TO KEEPER? If not, and if this is true, then you will win on that basis as long as nothing in your appeal implies the appellant was driving (check it word by word!):

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As of today, it is more than 56 days since the alleged contravention no notice to keeper has been given. Therefore as UKPC have failed to comply with POFA, they have no lawful authority to pursue the keeper for the charge, and no discretion should be provided in this matter.


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GooseOnTheLoose
post Mon, 12 Nov 2018 - 07:00
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QUOTE (SchoolRunMum @ Sun, 11 Nov 2018 - 23:31) *
That's fine. Your post must have been missed as we are so busy!

Have you had a NOTICE TO KEEPER? If not, and if this is true, then you will win on that basis as long as nothing in your appeal implies the appellant was driving (check it word by word!):

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As of today, it is more than 56 days since the alleged contravention no notice to keeper has been given. Therefore as UKPC have failed to comply with POFA, they have no lawful authority to pursue the keeper for the charge, and no discretion should be provided in this matter.



As of yet no NTK, and we are well passed 56 days since the event.

I will double check my wording, but pretty sure nothing will suggest who was driving.

Other than the above, are all the other points in the appeal fine? Anything that should be removed or expanded upon?

Many thanks.
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GooseOnTheLoose
post Mon, 12 Nov 2018 - 09:28
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Apologies for replying to myself again. I have re-read my appeal, I cannot see anything clearly identifying the driver. In addition, the appellant was not actually the driver, so it would be very unnatural to write in a way that might suggest this, although with my poor spelling and grammar anything is possible!


Additionally, is it an issue to say the driver was conducting business on behalf of the leaseholder?
Would it be better to say the driver was there with permission from the leaseholder?

All I am really trying to convey with that statement is that the leaseholder permitted the driver to park, and the lease has primacy over any terms UKPC try to infer.


If I am missing anything, please let me know.

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SchoolRunMum
post Mon, 12 Nov 2018 - 21:11
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the appellant was not actually the driver

Say that, at the start where you say the appellant is the registered keeper.


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Additionally, is it an issue to say the driver was conducting business on behalf of the leaseholder?
Would it be better to say the driver was there with permission from the leaseholder?


I'd say your words below are better:

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the leaseholder permitted the driver to park, and the lease has primacy over any terms UKPC try to infer.
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GooseOnTheLoose
post Tue, 13 Nov 2018 - 06:51
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Thank you!

I have modified the opening paragraph to read:

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I am the registered keeper and I wish to appeal a parking charge from UKPC with an alleged contravention date of 13th September 2018. There have been no admissions as to who was driving the vehicle at the time of the event, and no assumptions can be drawn. I submit the points below to show that I am not liable for the parking charge.



I have also replaced the below:

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In this instance the vehicle was parked whilst the driver was conducting the business of XXX (henceforth referred to as XXX). XXX have a lease from the landowner providing parking under the following terms:


with:

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In this instance the vehicle was parked with the permission of XXX (henceforth referred to as XXX). XXX have a lease from the landowner providing parking under the following terms:


If these changes look good, then I will submit my appeal.
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post Tue, 13 Nov 2018 - 11:47
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You still have not said (if true) that you were not the driver.
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GooseOnTheLoose
post Tue, 13 Nov 2018 - 12:10
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I was not the driver.

I assumed it was better to not say anything about the driver's identity, but if it is better to be explicit that I was not the driver, I will modify to:

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I am the registered keeper and I wish to appeal a parking charge from UKPC with an alleged contravention date of 13th September 2018. I was not the driver at the time of the event, there have been no admissions as to who was driving the vehicle, and no assumptions can be drawn. I submit the points below to show that I am not liable for the parking charge.
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post Tue, 13 Nov 2018 - 18:06
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Add in that there is no legal requirement to name the driver.
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GooseOnTheLoose
post Tue, 13 Nov 2018 - 18:32
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Done.

Unless I hear otherwise, I will be submitting tonight.

Thanks to everyone who has helped so far.

If no more advice before I submit, I will provide an update on how the POPLA appeal went when I get an outcome.
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nosferatu1001
post Yesterday, 08:57
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Nope, ytou have a stage before that - commenting on their bundle

LOADS of threads where people have to do that, so get reading them
You pick apart their response.
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