PARKING ON PRIVATE LAND:
Parking on private land is a matter of contract law. Upon entering a car park the motorist should see clear signage indicating the terms and conditions allowing them to park within that car park. By entering the car park they are deemed to have accepted those terms and conditions and failing to observe those conditions constitutes a breach of the contract. Upon that breach and in accordance with the warning signs a Parking Charge Notice will be issued. Payment of which constitutes the contractual remedy.
PROTECTION OF FREEDOMS ACT 2012:
The company adheres to the Protection of Freedoms act 2012 when obtaining the offending vehicles keeper’s registration details for the purpose of enforcing the Parking Charge Notice (PCN) should it remain unpaid.
DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998:
After we have obtained the registered keepers details from the DVLA we will not disclose this information just as we will not disclose the site holder’s details to offenders.
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