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i understand that.
May be a public road but i was not parked on the road. can i send you picture that way you can better understand what i am talking about.
ok in the mean time what do you advise.
Well like i said this has happened before in 2009 they were having a fill day with my car everyweek i was getting a ticket and i complained and they let me off my argument is if i was in the wrong then why did they let me off then, and not on one occasion but several.
ok I have now sent the pictures to the email address you gave and you will see that this is where and how i have parked and have been parking since 2007 when i started working there and same way for 6 years nothing has changed. we are in 2013 now and i have not received anymore tickets since the harassment's in 2009.
Have you received the email i sent?
i have not heard back from you yet.
I have been asked to look at this for you.
I must say that I agree with my colleague, but can add:...
The fact you got away with it before is immaterial. It sets no precedent.
If you are even part on the footpath even if it is dropped in front of the garage, it is an offence.
If it is part of the garage in the garage deeds, then you are OK. That really is allt hat there is to it.
Show the deeds to the parking adjudicator showing that this is the garge land and you win.
Don’t show that and you are likely to lose. sorry
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