|Posted by:||Leslie Wilson|
|Charles ... here's some information that may prove helpful:|
Millions of people given extortionate car parking charges outside train stations, NHS hospitals and supermarkets could be in line for a refund thanks to a new campaign.
Cambridge law graduate Michael Green, 22, is leading a legal battle to have the 'fines' overturned in what could be Britain's largest ever group litigation.
Private companies which run car parks outside some of Britain's biggest store chains - including Aldi, Lidl, B&Q and PC World - will often allow customers to park for free, but threaten a large fine for exceeding a certain time limit.
However, Mr Green believes that these fines are unlawful - and is trying to gather 100,000 cases together to go to the High Court and prove it.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2807735/Could-millions-parking-fines-overturned-Legal-battle-launched-win-refunds-motorists-hit-illegal-charges-supermarket-hospital-car-parks.html#ixzz3I7TvLa3i
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|Parking fine||04/11/14 12:24:00||Charles Campbell|
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|Re:Re:Parking fine||04/11/14 16:55:00||Leslie Wilson|
|Re:Re:Re:Parking fine||04/11/14 17:29:00||Charles Campbell|
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|Re:Re:Re:Re:Parking fine||04/11/14 18:50:00||Paul Allen|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Parking fine||04/11/14 19:20:00||James Roy|
|Re:Parking fine||04/11/14 21:49:00||Anne England|
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