CCJ discovered from CP PLUS LTD T/A GROUPNEXUS
First time poster so please forgive me in advance if I've put this in the wrong place etc.
A little while ago I found a CCJ on my credit file from CP PLUS LTD T/A GROUPNEXUS dated 15/09/2021. I emailed the court and asked for details of the claim which I have received today as below:
It seems that this was for a PCN dated 16/09/18 (near enough exactly 3 years later).
Particulars of claim:
1. THE DEFENDANT(D) IS INDEBTED TO THE CLAIMANT (C) FOR A PARKING CHARGE(S) ISSUED TO VEHICLE xxxxxxx AT ROADCHEF MAIDSTONE 2. THE PCN DETAILS ARE 16/09/2018,xxxxxxxxxxxx 3.THE PCN(S) WAS ISSUED ON PRIVATE LAND OWNEDOR MANAGED BY C. THE VEHICLE WAS PARKED IN BREACH OF THE TERMS ON CS SIGNS (THE CONTRACT), THUS INCURRING THE PCN(S).4. THE DRIVER AGREED TO PAY WITHIN 28 DAYS BUT DID NOT. D IS LIABLE AS THE DRIVER OR KEEPER. DESPITE REQUESTS, THE PCN(S) IS OUTSTANDING. THE CONTRACT ENTITLES C TO DAMAGES. AND THE CLAIMANT CLAIMS 1. £170 BEING THE TOTAL OF THE PCN(S) AND DAMAGES. 2. INTEREST AT A RATE OF 8% PER ANNUM PURSUANT TO S.69 OF THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 1984 FROM THE DATE HEREOF AT A DAILY RATEOF £0.02 UNTIL JUDGMENT OR SOONER PAYMENT. 3.COSTS AND COURT FEES
This was sent to an address I have not lived in for well over 8 years and for a car I have not owned for over 5 years, I honestly cannot remember the last time the log book would have been updated for the car but it is possible that at the time of the PCN the registered address was my address of 8 years ago as whilst I had moved out following a divorce the car was used by my ex for a few years. I have no knowledge of the PCN at the time so it is a complete surprise to me but again I was not driving the car at the time so no reason why I would have been aware.
I would like to apply for this to be set aside and have read some posts that make it seem like it might be possible? As I only got the details today for this how long do I have to apply for a set aside (think I read somewhere it was 3 months?)
On the details the court sent me it said that an outfit DCB LEGAL LTD were acting as the claimants solicitors, do I need to contact them in the first instance to say I am applying for a set aside?
Many thanks for any help
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