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Only be changing it physically to either a dual purpose or car qualifying vehicle.
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But if all that is in the evidence anyway, as I stated above, then no need to call him to confirm it!
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Posted on: Yesterday, 18:19


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https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancash...sE0duR-jFOL4KVQ

NHS trust suspends a governor who dares to criticise the new parking regime, a regime so bad that people are queuing for up to half an hour to pay and thus in many cases increasing the fee due.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 16:18


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Good news.

And no it’s not uncommon for paperwork including statements to be added to a file and not even looked at..... and that was before ‘austerity’.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 16:16


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QUOTE (cp8759 @ Tue, 15 Jan 2019 - 14:17) *
QUOTE (The Rookie @ Tue, 15 Jan 2019 - 12:12) *
There is only a reason to ask the police staff to attend if you disagree with their statement. If there is nothing factual in their statement you disagree with you don't need them to attend.

There is a very good reason to cross-examine the police staff in this case, see post 18.

Why? As long as the police record of what they received is accurate it’s for a court to decide if it amounted to a correct response, surely what a camera team clerk thought isn’t relevant?
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So this is a residential case, what provides you the right to park there? Do you pay for a permit or is it just displayed for their convenience as you have a right to park their anyway?
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I'd disagree with that, 14(2)ii refers to the leaving or placing of the vehicle, its stretch to say that includes leaving a piece of paper in the window, especially as the initial placing and leaving occurred before you could possible display anyway, making every P&D driver guilty before they can even obtain a ticket.

though that response was pretty predictable.

14(3) - nope, not a chance.
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There is only a reason to ask the police staff to attend if you disagree with their statement. If there is nothing factual in their statement you disagree with you don't need them to attend.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 09:05


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He's right.
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QUOTE (Umkomaas @ Sun, 13 Jan 2019 - 07:00) *
From the council information sheet on the new changes.

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Any vehicle found to have breached the terms of use will be issued with a statutory notice via the post.

Really? Does Dyl (the old Bill) think he still issues these?

Hmm could an NtK as defined in PoFA (a statute) be a 'statutory notice'?

Of course if it's not PoFA compliant it can't be!
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As per the other thread, there may not be a PPO as the first P&D regime was already under DE.
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They presumably got your name from somewhere. is the permit in your name?

In terms of the LBC you need to make sure you get any court claim form as they get a default judgement just 19 days after its issued.

First step is to write to them TODAY, acknowledge receipt, provide YOUR (your the one its sent to) new address and state you only just got the LBC and a full reply will be forthcoming.

Perhaps tell us the basis for the issue, no permit I get but presumably someone authorised to park there, so work or residential?
Was the appeal in response to a notice on the car or by post?

EDIT your post above, refer to the registered keeper as 'the keeper', the driver as 'the driver' (even if it may be the same person they are different legally) and yourself for want of better wording as 'the defendant' as your neither of the other two. Its important to never give any hint as t drivers ID and in this case the Keepers ID.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 06:15


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No, I think they got it right. (My emphasis)
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While it must be recognised that the respondent's admission that she was the driver will be an important adminicle of evidence in the Crown case at the trial, the Crown will still require to satisfy the court that the admission was reliable, provide corroboration of the admission
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I think thee are arguments both ways, but IMO yes, the emphasis on last and known.
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 13:27


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No, it was twatter originally, HE were asked specifically if it was correct and they spoke the truth in reply.
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 11:06


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Actually forwarded or a reply made naming the next in the chain who then got the paperwork?
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 10:28


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You owe me a new keyboard, I put my hot beverage down, but I still had a mouthful!

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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 10:24


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There were so many things wrong with it it was quite amusing to see how gullible some people are, lets ignore the enforcement starting at 72mph for now and cover
1/ Auto ticketing - doesn't happen in the UK
2/ Of 6 points - well we start at 3 and fixed penalties are 3
3/ Instant ban - again the UK has never worked on that basis
4/ For doing 90mph - even the badly misrepresented changes to the sentencing guidelines tell you that's not true
5/ Custodial sentence - seriously
6/ As an 'order' - oh dear lord......
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 09:36


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I'm sure Highways England will be along soon to say that any information from the Highways Agency must be fake news....

https://www.mylondon.news/news/local-news/m...n-hoax-15651502

https://twitter.com/HighwaysEngland/status/...764957220065280
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 09:32


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Exactly, you need to focus on why you were not the keeper, not that you weren't driving (which doesn't appear to be in dispute), note it's very hard to challenge someones assertion they were not the keeper, after all who would they get as witness?

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QUOTE (Stripes @ Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 09:20) *
They're saying as the offence occured (speeding) before you were insured, we would've calculated your premiums differently

But that's EXACTLY the same as if you got a NIP (for a speeding offence) the day after renewal for an event that happened before renewal, something neither you or they could have predicted would happen, with many NIP's taking circa 6 weeks to arrive (via a third party) that would potentially impact a lot of renewals.
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 08:21


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There is no requirement to show you any evidence until it gets to court, even then unless you plead not guilty they will only provide sufficient to show the offence.

You have a NIP, you don't yet have a penalty.

For that speed you are certain to be offered a driver awareness course in lieu of any formal action (offer of a fixed penalty or court appearance), cost about £100, half a day of your time.

As no camera signs are needed, its best to be sure you're below the limit all the time!
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 08:03


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This is a must read
http://www.lancingparishcouncil.gov.uk/fil...r%20faq%27s.pdf

Interestingly P&D was only introduced about 30 months ago
https://www.facebook.com/290228201011402/po...30973703603510/
The older entry signage shows it's always been under DE since charges were introduced.
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@50.8212728,-...6384!8i8192

Has been 'licensed' to DE.

I think an FOI request for a copy of the licensee agreement is a must!
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Posted on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 07:48


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QUOTE (PrincessK04 @ Mon, 14 Jan 2019 - 00:30) *
I'm not sure what my next course of action should be. Any thoughts?

You need to start a thread of your own so that specific advice to your circumstances can be given however as it makes sense to keep all the legal arguments in this first thread then you probably need to follow this as well.

As for course of action, firstly don't rush to appeal, there will be some improved knowledge by the time you need to appeal.

For me though the first course of action would be speaking to the pariah council and insisting they sort the mess out that is of their making by getting their 'licensee' to cancel all notices until they sort out the payment machine.

http://www.lancingparishcouncil.gov.uk/car..._in_lancing.asp
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Please note that Blue badge holders are exempt from Pay on Exit Charges once a valid blue badge is registered. Blue badge holders should send emails to permits@district-enforcement.co.uk or contact District Enforcement on 01785 336780 to facilitate this exemption.

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A charge of £50.00 per day will be payable within 28 days, by the driver of any vehicle using the car park who at any time either:



has not prior to leaving the car park paid for their stay.

<snip>

Blue Badge Owners are not exempt from the above conditions

Hmm so Blue badge holders who register are exempt from the pay on exit charges but are not exempt from a £50 charge unless they prior to leaving pay for their stay....such professionalism!
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QUOTE (DubDubs @ Mon, 30 Apr 2018 - 09:33) *
The parking bay is ours and it is stated in our lease. There is no mention of a pemit system or the requirement to display a permit in the lease.
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