Friday, 30 June 2017

Ms. Devenster Macklow loses another claim for BW Legal. Elliott v Loake and CPS v AJH Films not relevant

This post on MSE gives the full story.

BW Legal were pursuing a parking charge against "sgtbanjo". The hearing was on 30/06/2017in Skipton.

BW Legal were represented by Ms. Devenster Macklow.  She didn't look like she could be bothered to be there and had obviously done this a hundred times before as had the judge.

The Judge did most of the defending and asked if the Claimant could prove the keeper was the driver. When she said no, the claim was dismissed. The judge knew exactly what the situation was re Elliott v Loake and CPS v AJH Films and just wanted to hear the defendant say the right things about them being a criminal case and an Employer/Employee situation.

The judge asked Ms Devenster Macklow to remain in her chambers after the hearing was over.

Happy Parking

The Parking Prankster


  1. << The hearing was on 30/06/2017 in Skipton. >>

    Rapidly becoming a PPC advocate's graveyard. I bet they all relish a kamikaze flight into Skipton CC!

  2. Is there anything to stop someone filing their defence in Skipton and at the same time making a counter-claim? Seems like a win-win situation to me but there is often a downside to these things I haven't seen as my brain becomes that bit slower with age!

  3. I have received a parking fine from bwlegal I have not responded to them are they in there right to legal cost £160, interest£2.39,estimated court fees £25, solicitors cost £50, do I need to contact them or just ignore them .