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It rather depends what term they are seeking toenforce.
There is case law on what parking means andthat is bringing a car to rest. Stopping to take a phone call would be adequate.
There isn't any case law on how long you haveto be there and of course this all relates to local council binding upon publicland anyway but we would expect that it would be greater than a fleetingmoment.
15 minutes is not a fleeting moment though.
I think there would be some force in yourargument if you did no more than enter the car park, read the terms andconditions and leave immediately but the problem is that that isn't whathappened here.
If you were there 15 minutes then that justtends to suggest that you either didn't read the terms and conditions or youaccepted them.
Obviously there are the standard private landfinding challenges but dealing with the question that you asked, that is myview.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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