It's a 'claim form' N1Claim form (CPR Part 7& (12.12) with a northampton county court stamp
The date was the 29th October 2012.
My defence ? That's what I need advice/gudance
I parked there to go into the shop . It was not a pay and display car park
The claim is damages arising from breach of contract and payment by the defendant to the claimant of the total amount
The breach of contract relates to 'signs displayed advising drives of the terms and conditions when parking in the car park '
please see below :
Particulars of claim:
Claimant Claims damages in the sum of £320 and interest pursuant to section 69 of the county court act 1984 to be assessed
What they are saying is that maximun stay is 2- 3hrs ( I need to check ) and I parked for longer than that . Is this what you are asking
yes but there is mitigation -
mitigation - I went to buy a dongle and to get it to work on my laptop they had to load alot of updates on my laptop - I don't recall seeing any signs nor did anyone say anything
I don't live near there so I don't have any phots of the signs at the time
but it is interesting that I have received this a year later - makes me think that they may have changed the signs recently as an aside
Hi - as frar as mitigation is concerned I went to buy a dongle - they needed to load updates which they said would take no more than half an hour - it took over 3 hrs . I then left and came back after 8pm
I did not get a ticket - the date was 29/10 /2012 .
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