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I got a 'ticket' yesterday for parking my vehicle in the only shady spot in the entire car park, rather than leaving my dog to boil alive inside the thing.
Having howled the place down and got the manager out (just for the hell of it really) I ended up with an apology, a £20 voucher and an assurance that they would put up some awnings for 'dog inside' parking spaces.
Can those serving be relied upon that their divisional officer (or Army equivelent) will not get all red faced and say "Pay the damned fine - it's threatening the Good Name of the Service", should the alleged enforcement agency attempt (illegally) to send their bill to the service establishment?
The law changed last October.
You are now obliged to provide the details of the driver too the parking company, that is enforceable through the courts
However that is all that has changed. Once you have provided the drivers details you can simply ignore the fake fine as before. Its still a speculative invoice, you won't get a CCJ and it isn't a fine.
To pursue the matter further the parking company would have to take you to court for loss of earning for the owner of the car park. ie how much the car park owner lost by you occupying their parking space for that period of time.