90 seconds part two

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  • ellaro9ellaro9 Forumite
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    Ive been digging all morning, the first people I spoke to said it wasnt theirs, I believe them because I was posing as a customer looking at renting a flat, but that led me to someone else who Ive just been on the phone to and they told me that they own the accomodation but the car park belongs to Lidl. Looking at emailing them now to enquire.
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    The Land Registry will have given a definitive answer about ownership unless it has changed hands recently.

    For a few quid extra you can print a map then draw round the car park boundary and submit that to the Land Registry. They will then do a manual check, but with limited staff numbers and other restrictions it may not be possible to get an answer for a while yet.


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  • ellaro9ellaro9 Forumite
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    Ive got the landowner detail from land registry, its PBSA 2 S.A.R.L. (incorporated in Luxembourg) of 19 Rue Eugène Ruppert, L-2453 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
    I thought Id located their UK office but they said it wasnt them, after some detective work it looks like its Lidl, still waiting for a reply from them.
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    If you haven't already done so, you could call the local council and ask who pays the Non Domestic Rate for the car park. They are required to tell you the answer. Some councils show a spreadsheet on their website listing all NDR payers. 
    Please note, we are not a legal advice forum. I personally don't get involved in critiquing court case Defences/Witness Statements, so unable to help on that front. Please don't ask. .
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    Umkomaas said:
    If you haven't already done so, you could call the local council and ask who pays the Non Domestic Rate for the car park. They are required to tell you the answer. Some councils show a spreadsheet on their website listing all NDR payers. 
    Smart idea
  • ellaro9ellaro9 Forumite
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    Thank you, Ive just telephoned the local council and heard a recorded message stating that due to the current climate they are not offering a telephone service so Ive sent them an email.
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    ellaro9 said:
    Thank you, Ive just telephoned the local council and heard a recorded message stating that due to the current climate they are not offering a telephone service so Ive sent them an email.
    Did you check the web site for this possibility?
    Umkomaas said:
    If you haven't already done so, you could call the local council and ask who pays the Non Domestic Rate for the car park. They are required to tell you the answer. Some councils show a spreadsheet on their website listing all NDR payers. 

  • KeithPKeithP Forumite
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    Who is your local council?
  • ellaro9ellaro9 Forumite
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    The council I contacted was for the locaility of the car park, its Nottingham City Council
  • Le_KirkLe_Kirk Forumite
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    Nottingham council don't seem to have a spreadsheet but they do have an enquiry system: -
    https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/information-for-business/business-information-and-support/business-rates/contact-business-rates/
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