My husband is actually moving to France at the end of next week until Nov 2013. I will be in France with him until 21 July so will be unable to deal with any letters until my return. Will that cause me any problems?
Apparently the gentleman who questioned the attendant stated that they were supposed to be given ten minutes grace and my husband had only been missing for two minutes. He has to go to the front of the building which means he has a good two minutes walk (as it is a betting shop and is single manned he cannot get an answer from the back door that backs onto this private car park)
would that stand up as a reason for not paying it?
I think I am going to fight this as his company paying to have a valid parking bay means that he is entitled to park there. I am also going to take it up with the management of the centre. Thanks for your help
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