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N1SDT forms - help please

rexmonday
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edited 30 November 2023 at 3:07PM in Parking tickets, fines & parking

EDITED THE BELOW TO FOCUS ON ONE OF THE CLAIMS

Hey

I would be MOST grateful for some help relating to two separate N1SDT forms I have received in the past two weeks, for two separate parking “offences”

The first relates to 3 separate parking tickets I received years ago, that were issued because my parking permit had run out. I was parked on private land in the car park of my flat, which I rent. The three tickets were issued on three consecutive days while I was away on holiday (you would have thought the one ticket would have been enough).

The second N1SDT form relates to a parking ticket I received for parking in a department store car park. I forgot to purchase a ticket and received the fine a few weeks later.

In both instances I ignored everything that was sent to me; the letters informing me of the fine, the numerous debt collector letters and the fake solicitor letters. I was under the impression that these could not be enforced as these tickets were issued while I was on private land. I’m sure you can imagine my surprise when the county court claims form landed on my door mat.

The section stating a ‘judgement’ may be entered against me, and passed to credit rating agencies, is far from ideal given I’m looking to take out my first mortgage next year.

I guess, my question is, how do I make these go away, forever?

Thank you all in advance for your help


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  • KeithP
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    It is going to get confusing trying to deal with both these issues in one thread.
    Can I suggest that you keep this thread to concentrate on parking issues at your flat car park, and you create a new thread to deal with the department store parking problem?

    Please can you tell us the Issue Date on the Claim Form about your residential parking?
  • Thanks for the quick reply Keith... I've just been reading through the Newbies post, I hope I've not jumped the gun by posting here first... apologies if that's the case. I'll amend this thread focus on one of the forms.
  • Coupon-mad
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    I guess, my question is, how do I make these go away, forever?
    By defending it.

    Please answer Keith's question and tell us which PPC and which solicitor, and show us the Particulars of Claim please (cover your VRM).
    PRIVATE 'PCN'? DON'T PAY BUT DON'T IGNORE IT (except N.Ireland).
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  • These are exactly the responses I was hoping for… thank you :smile:

    The issue date of the form is 21 November 2023 and the Claimant is MET PARKING SERVICES LTD.

    I’ve also uploaded below, a photo of the Particulars of Claim.

    Please let me know if I can share anything else

    Thank you 


  • Coupon-mad
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    OK so have you done the AoS as shown in pictures in the second post of the NEWBIES thread?  If so, on what date?

    No need to delay it.
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  • KeithP
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    rexmonday said:
    The issue date of the form is 21 November 2023.

    With a Claim Issue Date of 21st November, you have until Monday 11th December to file an Acknowledgment of Service but there is nothing to be gained by delaying it. 
    To file an Acknowledgment of Service, follow the guidance in the Dropbox file linked from the second post in the NEWBIES thread.
    Having filed an Acknowledgment of Service in a timely manner, you have until 4pm on Thursday 28th December 2023 to file your Defence.
    That's almost four weeks away. Plenty of time to produce a Defence, but please don't leave it to the last minute. 
    To create a Defence, and then file a Defence by email, look again at the second post on the NEWBIES thread - immediately following where you found the Acknowledgment of Service guidance.
    Don't miss the deadline for filing an Acknowledgment of Service, nor that for filing a Defence.

    Do not try and file a Defence via the MoneyClaimOnline website. Once an Acknowledgment of Service has been filed, the MCOL website should be treated as 'read only'.
  • Thank you both, that’s super helpful. Tomorrow’s job is to start the process, following your instructions and the guides on the newbies thread!

    FYI, I started the second thread, as suggested:

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/6490062/second-n1sdt-form-more-help-please#latest
  • AOS has been submitted, but I've not received email conformation; should I?

    Next step... defence!

    Thanks all, for your help so far
  • Coupon-mad
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    You didn't email the AOS did you? 
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  • KeithP
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    rexmonday said:
    AOS has been submitted, but I've not received email conformation; should I?
    So you have submitted an Acknowledgment of Service of the Claim.
    That translates to confirmation that you have received the Claim.

    Do you now want an acknowledgment that the CNBC have received your acknowledgment of receipt of the Claim?

    If you were to get that, would you then feel duty bound to send an Acknowledgment of Service of their receipt of your Acknowledgment of Service of the Claim?

    What happens next??   ;)
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