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Private Parking Fine Appeal Letter

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Last revision: 2 weeks ago

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Private Parking Fine Appeal Letter

This is a letter that can be used to appeal any private parking fine, imposed by a private parking operator or management company for alleged parking infringements on private land.

There are numerous grounds that can be use to challenge a private parking fine and this letter can be easily adapted to include a number of typical grounds of appeal as well as any other grounds you can think of.

Where a private parking fine has been issued and needs to be appealed by the person it was issued to or someone else, our document can be used to provide a quick and simple way to challenge private parking companies as to whether they are entitled to payment of any fines they are trying to impose.

How to use this document

Once the document has been completed simply sign it and post it to the private parking company that issued the relevant fine, and wait for them to respond.

Applicable Law

Where the owner of a vehicle that is subject to a private parking fine which was received in England and Wales has received a keeper's notice they should consider the provisions of section 56 and schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2002.

Otherwise the law relating to private parking fines is largely a matter of contract law as amended by recent decisions such as ParkingEye Ltd v Beavis [2015] UKSC 67.


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