Many thanks for this prompt reply. I'm not sure if this really answers my original question however which asked for advice if the letters from DRP should just be ignored at this stage? Are they likely to start court action?
This case is under England and Wales law, would this also be relevant to a case in Scotland?
It does help answer the question, but as my father is terrified of being taking to court I think his preference given the strong possibility of court action will be to just pay and forget about it.
Do you know if parking eye are winning similar cases?
It does however I didn't think that the law was necessarily with them give that the payments do not correspond to the loss incurred.
Thanks again - I guess in summary it is really up to individual to assess if they are happy to take the risk of going to court and losing.
What would be the additional costs if it went to court and lost?
Also if you pay and supreme court decision was that these types of matters are unlawful, what would be the most straight forward way to get payment back.
Currently charge is £135.
Thanks.Did I read somewhere that these costs are typically only in the region of £35?
Also on the matter of recourse if supreme court decision find for appellant. Would this be cost effective for such a small sum?
Thanks, ***** ***** have been paid to parking eye can you still get claim back from them by a straight forward and cost effective means?