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Final reminder from P4Parking, Parked on a residential area for 10 min
post Fri, 12 Jan 2018 - 12:19
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A PCN was found on my car on 6/5/2017 as my car was parked "In A No Parking Zone" for 10 min to drop shoping home and change clothes. On 3/1/2018 I received Final reminder. I haven't received anything in between this time, any reminder, nothing. Parking ticket doesn't say how long I parked there I'm not sure if its matter.
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Will be great full of any help.

By the way if there is no parking zone what law say about left a car for a moment to drop children from school or shoping - should I rent a helicopter to drop them down??? Road should be closed clearly to other cars than this with residential parking permit.

This post has been edited by MarcinS: Sun, 14 Jan 2018 - 21:59
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post Sun, 14 Jan 2018 - 22:27
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For the NTK outside 14 days don't bother mentioning the IPC CoP, especially as they are a BPA compnay (it's on the letters). POFA is real law, the PoC, whichever flavour, is not.

Jopson. Mention that this is a persuasive appeal case. I believe the judge stated that loading and unloading were not parking. Read the case and quaote relevant bits.

Charge disproportionate. I believe in the Beavis judgement the judges found that their decision was only for the particular circumstances and in other situation the penalty rules still apply, and penalty not being allowed in civil cases.

Why are you mentioning the IAS? This is a BPA company and second appeal will be POPLA, where the 14 days will win.

Why 35 days?
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post Sun, 14 Jan 2018 - 22:27
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post Mon, 15 Jan 2018 - 07:24
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So your tenancy agreement is a blank sheet of paper with no address????? Or does it refer to a rabbit hutch? Or does it refer to a field?

It should commence something like 'the property and grounds/common parts/........ at [address]' It MAY also go on to describe the property in a little more detail.

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What is the 'demise?' How does the lease describe the property you are renting?

I am attempting to ascertain how much of the 'property' has been let to you and how much can be considered common parts, commercial, etc.

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