Thank you for your answer. So if the dispute is that I accepted a contract to park there and breached it for staying too long, am I unlikely to win an appeal?
The parking signs are very clear and do state that “by parking in this car park you are entering into a contractual agreement”. I cannot dispute this, it is just the amount they are asking for is ridiculously high.
Ok. Thanks. I have come across the term ‘pre-estimate of loss’ in other peoples appeals. This is what I would argue if they sued me? Me parking longer than 60 minutes doesn't justify a cost of £100?
Also, if they did sue me, would I have attend a court and is this type of dispute heard in a small claims court? I have read somewhere that small claims are now dealt with online. I just need to take into account any time that would be lost in a court case.