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My point is that I drove along Millar Crescent, where a sign advises I am entering a pay and display zone from 8.30am until 6pm. Having entered said area, (Morningside Road), parked in a legal parking space and properly displayed a Disabled Badge, how can one be booked at, say 4.40pm even although a sign on Morningside Road restricts parking after 4.30pm? Surely this constitutes enticing one to break the law by means of deception? Hopefully, your response can bring this exchange to a conclusion. Thank you.
Thank you for your opinion. I am particularly pleased with yuor statement '---if the signs contradict each other then in legal theory both are void'. I am also grateful for your advice about photographic evidence. The only point on which I would seek your clarification is your assertion that
Thank you for your considered opinion regarding my query. I am particularly pleased with your statement '---if the signs contradict each other then in legal theory both are void'. I am also grateful to you for your advice concerning photographic evidence. My only query would relate to your assertion that whichever sign is preferred I was still in breach with the resultant loss of the moral high ground, because assuming the Pay and Display sign from 8.00am until 6.00 pm I was perfectly legally parked with the Blue Badge displayed at 4.40 pm.