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    • 29th Mar 15, 10:26 PM
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    • 29th Mar 15, 10:26 PM
    The point at which the DVLA record was updated is irrelevant and is no business of PE. Provided the OP has supplied the necessary details to comply with POFA then that is the end of it.

    He clearly wasn't the driver and neither was he the keeper (whether you apply the POFA definition or a more everyday one) so on what basis is it that they suggest he appeals? Oh, yes I forgot there is the addendum to Schedule 4, para 94 which states:

    Where an operator with a registered office in the parish of Euxton in the County of Lancashire has served what passes for a notice to keeper roughly in accordance with paras 8 or 9 and that in purported satisfaction of that notice a keeper has disclosed the name and a serviceable address for the driver (or keeper) then if the said operator doesn't like the response they can stamp their feet and act like complete numpties and demand that the respondent does what they say rather than simply comply with this schedule.
    My very sincere apologies for those hoping to request off-board assistance but I am now so inundated with requests that in order to do justice to those "already in the system" I am no longer accepting PM's and am unlikely to do so for the foreseeable future (August 2016).

    For those seeking more detailed advice and guidance regarding small claims cases arising from private parking issues I recommend that you visit the Private Parking forum on PePiPoo.com
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