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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 11:53:00 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Brian Howie
2017-06-09 12:29:29 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you do it often enough, they'll come after you.

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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 19:57:27 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you do it often enough, they'll come after you.
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-39478203>
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Gareth's Downstairs Computer
2017-06-09 13:26:58 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Ian Jackson
2017-06-09 16:25:04 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
My local Aldi has introduced a parking limit of 90 minutes, with a
no-return of something similar.

I do believe that some carparks stipulate that you must only use the
carpark to visit a particular shop or cafe, and you must not
additionally go anywhere else (even in the allotted time). While I
suppose this forms part of the contract, I do wonder if it isn't
overruled by other legislation.

On a similar subject,
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Graham.
2017-06-09 17:37:06 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 19:51:20 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in scotland
you don't have to tell them ....
FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-10 15:12:55 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes of
parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-10 15:21:23 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes of
parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
no accident about it they do ...
mm0fmf
2017-06-10 15:45:04 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?

It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter
where the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the
DVLA a good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies
pay their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.

The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.

If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed
in Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.

It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.

The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the
letters inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do
to force the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the
driver then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-10 16:39:47 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter where
the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the DVLA a
good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies pay
their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed in
Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the letters
inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do to force
the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the driver then
they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Sorry, pissed again. So it's where the "offence" was committed, not where
the keeper lives, that determines whether you should just ignore the PCN or
appeal it. Thanks for that, time for another drinK.
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-10 19:22:33 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter where
the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the DVLA a
good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies pay
their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed in
Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the letters
inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do to force
the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the driver
then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Sorry, pissed again. So it's where the "offence" was committed, not where
the keeper lives, that determines whether you should just ignore the PCN
or appeal it. Thanks for that, time for another drinK.
frank frank...I have never seen a man yet that drink improves .....
FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-10 23:15:54 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter
where the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the
DVLA a good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies
pay their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed
in Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the
letters inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do
to force the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the
driver then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Sorry, pissed again. So it's where the "offence" was committed, not where
the keeper lives, that determines whether you should just ignore the PCN
or appeal it. Thanks for that, time for another drinK.
frank frank...I have never seen a man yet that drink improves .....
Very true.
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FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-11 13:29:13 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter
where the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the
DVLA a good reason to have the details. So the private parking
companies pay their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of
the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper
is liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was
committed in Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the
driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the
letters inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can
do to force the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify
the driver then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Sorry, pissed again. So it's where the "offence" was committed, not
where the keeper lives, that determines whether you should just ignore
the PCN or appeal it. Thanks for that, time for another drinK.
frank frank...I have never seen a man yet that drink improves .....
Very true.
but I liKe beer.
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2017-06-11 13:36:03 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter
where the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the
DVLA a good reason to have the details. So the private parking
companies pay their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part
of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where
in the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the
keeper is liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was
committed in Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the
driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the
letters inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can
do to force the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify
the driver then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Sorry, pissed again. So it's where the "offence" was committed, not
where the keeper lives, that determines whether you should just ignore
the PCN or appeal it. Thanks for that, time for another drinK.
frank frank...I have never seen a man yet that drink improves .....
Very true.
but I liKe beer.
Carlsberg special brew killed my sister in law at age 40 ....
Spike
2017-06-11 13:43:56 UTC
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Carlsberg special brew killed my sister in law at age 40 ....
A freemason's diet did my brother in 30 years too soon.
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Carlsberg special brew killed my sister in law at age 40 ....
A freemason's diet did my brother in 30 years too soon.
When did you stop being a fat bastard, Burt?
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter where
the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the DVLA a
good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies pay
their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed in
Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the letters
inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do to force
the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the driver then
they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Parking eye will waste their £2.50 just like the £2.50 europarks wasted on
me a couple of years ago plus the cost of their six threatening letters...it
is a good gamble for them I might be an easily intimidated old sod rather
than an unintimidatable old sod that will jut ignore their threatening
letters.....oh yes and don't be nasty to Frank .......
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2017-06-10 22:34:23 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter where
the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the DVLA a
good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies pay
their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed in
Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the letters
inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do to force
the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the driver
then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Parking eye will waste their £2.50 just like the £2.50 europarks wasted on
me a couple of years ago plus the cost of their six threatening
letters...it is a good gamble for them I might be an easily intimidated
old sod rather than an unintimidatable old sod that will jut ignore their
threatening letters.....oh yes and don't be nasty to Frank .......
It's ok, I've Bean called a lot worse than daft.
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FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-11 21:14:23 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
I wonder if that's endorsable?
Take this scenario.
Two people enter in a car, both are entitled to drive it, neither are
the registered keeper. The driver is seen to leave the site on foot,
the other person does their shopping at the site and drives away. Who
gets the charge?
in the letter they ask who was driving if it wasn't the keeper...in
scotland you don't have to tell them ....
Down here the DVLA will happily sell any driver's details to the likes
of parking scum. It wouldn't surprise me at all to read that they had
"accidentally" sold a Scottish driver's details.
Are you being deliberately daft today Frank?
It's nothing to do with the DVLA, they will sell details, no matter
where the keeper is in the UK, to anyone for £2.50 if you can show the
DVLA a good reason to have the details. So the private parking companies
pay their £2.50 and get the details of drivers in any part of the UK.
The issue is the law in Scotland is now different to England and Wales.
If a private parking offence is committed in England & Wales, the
registered keeper is required to identify the driver no matter where in
the UK the keeper lives. If the keeper does not do so then the keeper is
liable for the drivers offences. If the alleged offence was committed
in Scotland then the keeper does not need to identify the driver.
It's one of the better differences between English and Scottish law in
that a lot of the mayhem that happens in car parks in England does not
happen up here.
The private parking companies still try it on up here sending the
letters inviting you to give them money but there is nothing they can do
to force the keeper to say who was driving. If they cannot identify the
driver then they cannot sue. They threaten to sue but never do so.
Parking eye will waste their £2.50 just like the £2.50 europarks wasted
on me a couple of years ago plus the cost of their six threatening
letters...it is a good gamble for them I might be an easily intimidated
old sod rather than an unintimidatable old sod that will jut ignore their
threatening letters.....oh yes and don't be nasty to Frank .......
It's ok, I've Bean called a lot worse than daft.
When I were a yob I once upset an old fart and he called me a BOUNDER!!!
RESULT!
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Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
2017-06-11 17:44:00 UTC
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On Fri, 09 Jun 2017 18:37:06 +0100, just as I was about to take a
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Who
gets the charge?
The registered keeper unless he dobs in the driver.
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2017-06-11 19:14:07 UTC
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On Fri, 09 Jun 2017 18:37:06 +0100, just as I was about to take a
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Who
gets the charge?
The registered keeper unless he dobs in the driver.
not in the near of scotland ...
Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
2017-06-11 17:43:10 UTC
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
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Custos Custodum
2017-06-11 18:16:20 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
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2017-06-11 19:16:20 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Custos Custodum
2017-06-11 23:34:04 UTC
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On Sun, 11 Jun 2017 18:43:10 +0100, Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-12 06:38:05 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
Custos Custodum
2017-06-13 15:59:44 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
No, I left Glasgow after uni in 1971 and only returned at weekends for
snatch-knobbing forays. My interest in radio was at a low ebb for most
of the 70's anyway, much as it is now. I visited the uni club when I
was in 1st year. Bunch of wierdos. Never went back.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-13 16:03:45 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
No, I left Glasgow after uni in 1971 and only returned at weekends for
snatch-knobbing forays. My interest in radio was at a low ebb for most
of the 70's anyway, much as it is now. I visited the uni club when I
was in 1st year. Bunch of wierdos. Never went back.
don't blame you .......
Brian Howie
2017-06-13 18:42:33 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
Post by Gareth's Downstairs Computer
Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
No, I left Glasgow after uni in 1971 and only returned at weekends for
snatch-knobbing forays. My interest in radio was at a low ebb for most
of the 70's anyway, much as it is now. I visited the uni club when I
was in 1st year. Bunch of wierdos. Never went back.
I was at Glasgow 1968 to 1972 . I've got the GURC meetings attendance
book; you're probably in it. The club was a strange one. The local
Glasgow club folded and a lot attended the Uni Radio Club until WORSARS
was formed in 1970. I went to WORSARS twice and it was a bit grim then.

Brian GM4DIJ
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2017-06-13 19:56:53 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:58 +0100, just as I was about to take a herb,
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
No, I left Glasgow after uni in 1971 and only returned at weekends for
snatch-knobbing forays. My interest in radio was at a low ebb for most
of the 70's anyway, much as it is now. I visited the uni club when I
was in 1st year. Bunch of wierdos. Never went back.
I was at Glasgow 1968 to 1972 . I've got the GURC meetings attendance
book; you're probably in it. The club was a strange one. The local
Glasgow club folded and a lot attended the Uni Radio Club until WORSARS
was formed in 1970. I went to WORSARS twice and it was a bit grim then.
The RCS The Radio Club of Scotland mid to late 60's was better it met in as
I remember it a shop next to the river Kelvin and the subway station....
Custos Custodum
2017-06-15 21:30:03 UTC
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Gareth's Downstairs Computer
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Happened to friends of mine; they went to Aldi in Westbury,
spent £!00+ in there and decided to leave their car there
while they nipped out to another shop, and got billed for £90.
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay. Scottish law may
be different as the case law on which the situation currently stands
was in an English court.
The offending legislation is the cynically titled "Protection of
Freedoms Act, 2012", which removed your freedom not to be held liable
for civil debts (parking charges) incurred by others. All in the
interests of private profit, of course. Fortunately it has no force in
Scotland. You may also recall the we also abolished private wheel
clamping several years before the English got round to it.
didn't know you were a GM.....well done
Life is full of little surprises. Weegie exiled in the East for the
last 45 years or so.
did you go to WOSARS in the 70's ? .....or the club that preceded it? ....
No, I left Glasgow after uni in 1971 and only returned at weekends for
snatch-knobbing forays. My interest in radio was at a low ebb for most
of the 70's anyway, much as it is now. I visited the uni club when I
was in 1st year. Bunch of wierdos. Never went back.
I was at Glasgow 1968 to 1972 . I've got the GURC meetings attendance
book; you're probably in it.
Quite possibly. It would have been Martinmas '67. However, my
recollection of details from 50 years ago is a bit hazy (it was the
60's after all, man) and I don't have a firm memory of signing in
anywhere.
Post by Brian Howie
The club was a strange one. The local
Glasgow club folded and a lot attended the Uni Radio Club until WORSARS
was formed in 1970. I went to WORSARS twice and it was a bit grim then.
Brian GM4DIJ
Spike
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
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Brian Howie
2017-06-13 10:08:37 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
CD Plates ?

B
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Spike
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
CD Plates ?
B
More like FO plates ;-)
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2017-06-13 10:53:13 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years and
never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley town
centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and helmet on the
roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and got them cancelled
.....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy dykes ....
FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-13 14:40:49 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years and
never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley town
centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and helmet on
the roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and got them
cancelled .....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy dykes ....
The bigger ones have more weight to throw about.
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2017-06-13 14:52:51 UTC
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Post by Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley town
centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and helmet on
the roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and got them
cancelled .....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy dykes ....
The bigger ones have more weight to throw about.
I hear they were booking cars trapped in the london bridge bombing zone
...bastards ....
FranK Turner-Smith G3VKI
2017-06-13 15:13:31 UTC
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Post by Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley
town centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and
helmet on the roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and
got them cancelled .....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy
dykes ....
The bigger ones have more weight to throw about.
I hear they were booking cars trapped in the london bridge bombing zone
...bastards ....
Yeah, I saw that. I wondered whether the scum were sacked or promoted.
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73 de Frank Turner-Smith G3VKI - mine's a pint.
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2017-06-13 15:43:32 UTC
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Post by Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley
town centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and
helmet on the roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and
got them cancelled .....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy
dykes ....
The bigger ones have more weight to throw about.
I hear they were booking cars trapped in the london bridge bombing zone
...bastards ....
Yeah, I saw that. I wondered whether the scum were sacked or promoted.
well if they are paid on results it is understandable ....
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2017-06-13 20:10:11 UTC
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Post by Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
I got booked twice while dealing with dangerous buildings in paisley
town centre while sitting in the car with fluorescent tabard on and
helmet on the roof of the car...all I did was write to the police and
got them cancelled .....traffic wardens are morons usualy big fat ugy
dykes ....
The bigger ones have more weight to throw about.
I hear they were booking cars trapped in the london bridge bombing zone
...bastards ....
Yeah, I saw that. I wondered whether the scum were sacked or promoted.
well if they are paid on results it is understandable ....
It was on TV once that some of the London Boroughs set their parking scum
targets of issuing a minimum number of tickets.
Hopefully the London Bridge prats were sacked, especially if any of them
were caught on camera.
Their boss may not be too keen to have staff showing initiative, they might
go after his job.
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73 de Frank Turner-Smith G3VKI - mine's a pint.
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2017-06-17 13:18:36 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.


Class.
Brian Reay
2017-06-17 15:00:53 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
Stephen Thomas Troll
2017-06-17 18:51:45 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
Diplomatic immunity, I reckon ;-)
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2017-06-17 20:28:34 UTC
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Post by Guy G4DWV 4X1LT
Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
Diplomatic immunity, I reckon ;-)
He probably just had a word with a work chum so they weren't delivered.
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2017-06-19 06:44:42 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
Diplomatic immunity, I reckon ;-)
He probably just had a word with a work chum so they weren't delivered.
sounds masonic .....
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2017-06-19 06:44:11 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Parking penalty avoidance one-upmanship.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
and mine I suppose ? ....
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
and mine I suppose ? ....
Reay seems to live in a fantasy world, perhaps that's why he's a source
of endless amusement.

A member of my family has just had a parking ticket cancelled. One just
needs to know the ropes. Apparently, some people don't.
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2017-06-19 09:43:14 UTC
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Unfortunately, in England and Wales one has to pay.
You might. I've been given a number of parking tickets over the years
and never paid a penalty on any of them.
Class.
More of Spike's fantasies.
and mine I suppose ? ....
Reay seems to live in a fantasy world, perhaps that's why he's a source of
endless amusement.
A member of my family has just had a parking ticket cancelled. One just
needs to know the ropes. Apparently, some people don't.
or just use the handshake ....
Spike
2017-06-19 10:30:56 UTC
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Reay seems to live in a fantasy world, perhaps that's why he's a source of
endless amusement.
A member of my family has just had a parking ticket cancelled. One just
needs to know the ropes. Apparently, some people don't.
or just use the handshake ....
It seems to be the method for those that can't cope.
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2017-06-20 12:46:00 UTC
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A member of my family has just had a parking ticket cancelled. One
just needs to know the ropes. Apparently, some people don't.
And for thise who don't, there's companies that can help them, as one of
my pet stalkers pointed out recently.
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2017-06-09 14:28:09 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you ignore it, it could go to Court in your absence and, with no defence,
the parking scum would win.
If you appeal, even if you know you are in the wrong, your appeal will cost
the bastards about £30, regardless of the outcome.
https://popla.co.uk/
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you ignore it, it could go to Court in your absence and, with no defence,
the parking scum would win.
If you appeal, even if you know you are in the wrong, your appeal will cost
the bastards about £30, regardless of the outcome.
https://popla.co.uk/
It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
Costs em too much.
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2017-06-09 16:21:00 UTC
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It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
<fx:Panto> Oh yes it will...

Lots do...
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mm0fmf
2017-06-09 17:55:25 UTC
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It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
<fx:Panto> Oh yes it will...
Lots do...
The law is different up here in Jockistan.

The registered keeper of the vehicle gets contacted to identify who was
driving the vehicle when the "offence" was committed. In England and
Wales, the registered keeper has to identify the driver and if they do
not, the registered keeper becomes liable for any fees, fines, claims
etc. In Scotland this is not the case. It's perfectly acceptable for the
registered keeper to ignore demands from private parking companies.
Without knowing who was driving, the private parking companies cannot
take any action.

The advice is to not get involved in any comms with these private
parking companies. Council demands are different and are enforceable in
England, Wales and Scotland.

The case reported by the BBC is different. The car driver had identified
herself with the company involved and paid the price for being an arse
and letting the private parking company know.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 19:54:48 UTC
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It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
<fx:Panto> Oh yes it will...
Lots do...
The law is different up here in Jockistan.
The registered keeper of the vehicle gets contacted to identify who was
driving the vehicle when the "offence" was committed. In England and
Wales, the registered keeper has to identify the driver and if they do
not, the registered keeper becomes liable for any fees, fines, claims etc.
In Scotland this is not the case. It's perfectly acceptable for the
registered keeper to ignore demands from private parking companies.
Without knowing who was driving, the private parking companies cannot take
any action.
The advice is to not get involved in any comms with these private parking
companies. Council demands are different and are enforceable in England,
Wales and Scotland.
The case reported by the BBC is different. The car driver had identified
herself with the company involved and paid the price for being an arse and
letting the private parking company know.
10 4 ....

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5477627

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5528811

not paying use the six letters as bog roll ...tee hee
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-10 06:56:52 UTC
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It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
<fx:Panto> Oh yes it will...
Lots do...
The law is different up here in Jockistan.
The registered keeper of the vehicle gets contacted to identify who was
driving the vehicle when the "offence" was committed. In England and
Wales, the registered keeper has to identify the driver and if they do
not, the registered keeper becomes liable for any fees, fines, claims etc.
In Scotland this is not the case. It's perfectly acceptable for the
registered keeper to ignore demands from private parking companies.
Without knowing who was driving, the private parking companies cannot take
any action.
The advice is to not get involved in any comms with these private parking
companies. Council demands are different and are enforceable in England,
Wales and Scotland.
The case reported by the BBC is different. The car driver had identified
herself with the company involved and paid the price for being an arse and
letting the private parking company know.
spot on....brian is bombarding parking eye with emails as we talk ...tee hee
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2017-06-09 19:52:38 UTC
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It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
<fx:Panto> Oh yes it will...
Lots do...
in england ...
Jim GM4DHJ ...
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you ignore it, it could go to Court in your absence and, with no defence,
the parking scum would win.
If you appeal, even if you know you are in the wrong, your appeal will cost
the bastards about £30, regardless of the outcome.
https://popla.co.uk/
It's a civil matter, just ignore them. It won't get to court.
Costs em too much.
and they have to prove who was driving and that aldi incurred loss.....
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 19:50:16 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
If you ignore it, it could go to Court in your absence and, with no
defence, the parking scum would win.
If you appeal, even if you know you are in the wrong, your appeal will
cost the bastards about £30, regardless of the outcome.
https://popla.co.uk/
na....It'll never happen in scotland ....it is going to be ignored ...
Brian Reay
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Good of you to admit it was you.
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are depriving those in real need!

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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-09 20:43:59 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
Good of you to admit it was you.
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They are
depriving those in real need!
https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
why you going to "shop" me to parking eye?...just your style......
Brian Reay
2017-06-10 09:17:37 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
So you are a 'freeloader'- you parked on someone's private land when you
shouldn't have and aren't prepared to cough up. Typical, no sense of
responsibility for your actions.

You'd be whining for months if some of your local newcomers to the hobby
did it.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2017-06-10 09:28:56 UTC
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got done for an aldi car park...best ignored in the near of
Scotland.....should get another five demands ..tee hee
So you are a 'freeloader'- you parked on someone's private land when you
shouldn't have and aren't prepared to cough up. Typical, no sense of
responsibility for your actions.
You'd be whining for months if some of your local newcomers to the hobby
did it.
well it used to be a free car park before aldi took it over....how was I
supposed to know I was going to have to wait 1 hour for my doctors
appointment? ......yes I'm a freeloader...That is why I have more money than
I know what to do with...live with it ....tee hee
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first reminder received ...still £70 or £40 if terified and pay now...tee
hee
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