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Im looking for suitable "legal" wording for a town centre

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I'm looking for suitable "legal" wording for a town centre church car park to prevent
shoppers and workers using our land to park their cars on.

Can you help please? thanks
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 3 years ago.

You cannot threaten to procesute offenders as this is not a criminal matter.

You could add wording such "Unauthorised parking on this land will result in the vehicle details being recorded that the vehicle may be clamped and/or towed at the driver's expense".

You could also erect a barrier or a parking charge sign saying that parking on this property will cost say 50 pounds for every period of 24 hours, subject to a minimum charge of 50 pounds.

This should deter offenders.

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