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I am asking how do I not pay the £100 for then 'debt' plus £100 costs that have been added by Northampton court.
I parked in the car park in question for approx 5 mins to collect my parents, the owners of the car park would have been happy to contact he parking company to rescind the charge, but as i did not receive any correspondence to say there was a charge, then owners were unsure how to deal with a court fine.
I do not intend to pay the £200, but do not know what to do bout it.
It is a judgement for claimant
No, I had no correspondence till this arrived in the post
This has come from a company called Parkingeye, the letter from the court has my correct address but n o details of my car.
There is no mention of the DVLA
sorry what information
The DVLA will have the correct details yes
How would I ask for this to be set aside? I have written to the court to appeal, but they returned my letter saying they received it 2 days outside the time period.
The landowner told me that they would have been happy to tell the parking company not to pursue the charge as they were happy that I had been there for a legitimate reason.
But as i had received no notice of the charge until I received the judgement from the court I was unable to do anything about it.
It does not surprise me that I have not received the post, this is something that happens to me on a regular basis and has done so since I moved to this address some 15 years ago.
I have tried to contact the court by phone on several occasions but have been unable to get through.
I believe that this is an unjust situation for me to be in, particularly since the occsion was some time in september of last year !
I would not be able to attend the court as I have been under going hospital tests recently and have been diagnosed with epilepsy and am now unable to drive.
I don't understand how it will still cost me £155 to have this set aside, when had i received the first notice it would have been resolved by a call to the land owner and I would have owed nothing
OK... thank you