The Parking Prankster has updated his sample defence, which is available at this web page.
There are now two slightly different defences, one for free car parks and one for paid car parks. The defences have been updated to take into account recent developments, such as Judge Cross ruling that VCS v HMRC is not applicable to the ParkingEye business model, and Judge Jones ruling that a contract does not exist in a free car park.
The defence has also been updated to take into account that ParkingEye's new 'Explanation of charge' document has removed the false statement that the charge per ticket issued was £53/£55.
The evidence has been updated too, with some older items removed, and the addition of POPLA's special ruling that ParkingEye's charges are not valid, the addition of the 2012/13 ParkingEye accounts, and and updated DVLA keeper request. A history of ParkingEye's different 'Explanation of Charges' is also included.
The cases referred to, where transcripts are available, can also be downloaded.
The sample defence should really only be used in an emergency. In most cases you should personalise it, because in large numbers of cases other factors also apply. However, if the filing deadline is upon you, then download and file this defence.
The Prankster is in the middle of a substantial update of his guides, which will also take these new cases into account.
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