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Did you put in a formal appeal please?Alex
Sadly you dont have a defence if you go to Court.
A recent Supreme Court decision in London with Parking Eye said that these tickets are enforceable. Please see:
You should have appealed and on the basis you did not then sadly the tickets are binding.
This has been to the highest Court in the land and it has found they are valid.
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?Alex
No, its about whether the penalty notices are valid. The answer is YES they are.
You should have appealed the penalty notice, you did not and therefore the charge would stand
I am sorry, but I can only advise on what the law says.
The terms say you must display a valid ticket. You did not - it had blown onto the seat. That was not a requirement of the car park rules. It was to be on the windscreen.I am sorry as I know its unfair. If you go to Court you are likely to lose.Can I clarify anything?Alex
If you lose yes you will have CCJ but it can be cancelled if you pay it off within 30 days.
The only additional costs would be the Court hearing fee.
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