Putting the fun back into Parking
ParkingEye are known to file over 1,000 court claims a week in England and Wales for parking overstays. If you are one of their victims, this book helps explains the legal arguments you can use to fight your case. Although using these arguments is no guarantee of getting your claim dismissed, they have been used successfully many times in the past. The legal situation is clearly spelled out along with examples from the cases ParkingEye don’t want you to know about – the many cases they have lost in court.
(Previously called The Parking Prankster guide to fighting a ParkingEye court claim)
ParkingEye are known to file over 1,000 court claims in England and Wales a week for parking overstays. If you are one of their victims, this guide explains why you should not panic at the threat of court action and sets out the steps you need to take to fight the claim. The legal processes are clearly spelled out along with examples from the cases ParkingEye don’t want you to know about – the many times they have lost in court. It explains the sharp practices they use if they can get away with them in the small claims track and shows you how to counter them. Even if the thought of court terrifies you and you would rather pay up even though you know ParkingEye have no case, this guide is also for you. It explains why ParkingEye would much rather settle out of court than proceed to a hearing and gives examples of negotiating settlements for £100, £50 or even £20.
All money from sales of this guide goes to funding help to motorists fighting parking charges, such as court transcripts, witness summons and travel costs for lay representatives.
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