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re: parking charge appeal – reference 4654654

 

Dear Link Parking,
I am writing this letter to appeal a ticket that was given to my vehicle (license plate AK47WWW) on Thursday 9th November 2017 (ticket reference number 4654654) at Barking Riverside.

I had a valid parking permit, as the parking signage required, however I forgot to display it on this occasion. I have now attached a copy of the parking permit with this appeal, for your consideration. 

In anticipation of any response you provide that rejects my appeal on the basis that the terms of your parking signage requires me not only to own a permit but also to display it, I consider this latter condition an unfair term under s62(1) of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and so not binding upon me. There is no justification for including a term that precludes me from adducing evidence that I held a valid permit, where the effect of this is to enable you to profit from a mistake on my part. Inclusion of this term is also likely to constitute an unfair commercial practice under Regulation 3 of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 as no reasons of professional probity exist to deny me an appeal where I did own a valid permit, but simply failed to display it.


Furthermore, please provide me of evidence that you are the landowner; failing that please identify the landowner and provide a copy of your authority to issue the ticket on their behalf. Section 1.1, Part B of the IPC Code of Practice requires operators to own the land or to have written authority from the landowner to operate on the land. Reviewing the material available before me, you have failed to provide any evidence that you have the requisite authority to operate on the land in question.

For the reasons above the parking charge should be cancelled. 
Yours sincerely,

____________________________________________________

WITNESS STATEMENT

____________________________________________________

My name is ( Insert name ) of ( Insert address ) . The facts in this statement and appeal come from my personal knowledge. They concern the events alleged by Link Parking.

I confirm that I owned a valid parking permit, as the parking signage required, however forgot to display it.

The facts as stated in both this witness statement and my appeal are true to the best of my knowledge.


22nd November 2017 

SIGNED: 

 

My permit fell off the dashboard

re: parking charge appeal – reference 4654654

 

Dear Link Parking,
I am writing this letter to appeal a ticket that was given to my vehicle (license plate AK47WWW) on Thursday 9th November 2017 (ticket reference number 4654654) at Barking Riverside.

I had a valid parking permit, as the parking signage required, however my permit fell off the dashboard. I have now attached a copy of the parking permit with this appeal, for your consideration. 

In anticipation of any response you provide that rejects my appeal on the basis that the terms of your parking signage requires me not only to own a permit but also to display it, I consider this latter condition an unfair term under s62(1) of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and so not binding upon me. There is no justification for including a term that precludes me from adducing evidence that I held a valid permit, where the effect of this is to enable you to profit from a mistake on my part. Inclusion of this term is also likely to constitute an unfair commercial practice under Regulation 3 of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 as no reasons of professional probity exist to deny me an appeal where I did own a valid permit, but simply failed to display it.


Furthermore, please provide me of evidence that you are the landowner; failing that please identify the landowner and provide a copy of your authority to issue the ticket on their behalf. Section 1.1, Part B of the IPC Code of Practice requires operators to own the land or to have written authority from the landowner to operate on the land. Reviewing the material available before me, you have failed to provide any evidence that you have the requisite authority to operate on the land in question.

For the reasons above the parking charge should be cancelled. 
Yours sincerely,

____________________________________________________

WITNESS STATEMENT

____________________________________________________

My name is ( Insert name ) of ( Insert address ) . The facts in this statement and appeal come from my personal knowledge. They concern the events alleged by Link Parking.

I confirm that I owned a valid parking permit as required by the terms and conditions, but the permit fell off the dashboard.

The facts as stated in both this witness statement and my appeal are true to the best of my knowledge.


22nd November 2017 

SIGNED: 

 

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