Civil Enforcement Limited have been found to file even more claims against motorists in places where their contracts have been terminated.
This report in the Ipswitch Star tells the story of 10 workers at the B&M store in Copdock Ipswitch who were issued tickets incorrectly by CEL in May 2013. The workers were informed by the store that as workers they had permission to park. However, now CEL have had their contract cancelled they have resurrected the tickets and taken the workers to court.
This is not an isolated incident. The Prankster previously blogged about the case where CEL filed claims once their contract at a hotel was cancelled. Before that, The Prankster blogged about other cases, such as retail stores and train stations.
Any landowner thinking of making a contract with Civil Enforcement or Creative Car Parks should think long and hard before putting pen to paper. CEL have already filed revenge claims against hundreds of motorists. This pattern cannot be accidental so you use them at your peril.
If you think parking companies should not file revenge claims once their contracts are cancelledconsider signing Barry Beavis's petition asking for regulation of the industry.