Parking eye: Any letter/invoice which says Parking charge notice is not enforable and you can bin it but some companies are going through the Route of ccj now. Bailiff can not get involved as no writ of control from TEC and if debt is less than £500 the CCj can not get transfered to a high court writ But 6 apr 2014 the Taking control of goods regulation has been amended( applies to bailiffs & HCEO) As the initialy letter is now charged at £75 rather than £11.20 in the past,majority of local authorites have either gone in house or intend to do so as they keep the £75 per case(which totally up to a lot of money in a financial year). So most of the bailiff companies were short of work and approached the private parking firms and got the work of them,on a case paid in full the bailiff company get a certain sum. The problem was/is the bailiff companies couldnt legally enforce the tickets and they could only REQUEST people to pay it,many people paid but than the problem started. An anpr van driving on the road used to ping a registration number, a request note used to be left on the windscreen to pay,the local authorites didnt accept this practice as no warrant in place and it was just negative publicity for the local authority who were not gaining or losing anything of this and the people who had paid previously than started approaching the courts from where bailiffs had got their bailiff licences to make complaint that the bailiff had enforced or used his authoirty to enforce on a debt without a warrant from TEC.The final blow came when MET police issued a statment saying they wouldnt be inviting bailiffs over for ANPR operations.A lot of private tickets used to get cleared there as no one like the hassle of being stopped by police as one things gets to another. So currently After the third invoice(letter),if the vehicle in question is registerd to a large company ,parking eye intend to get a CCJ against the company. - if the vehicle in question is new,they ll do a search ,if the registred keeper is know(on google not police database) and a company director they will get a ccj against him. -if a vehicle is old and not worth the hassle they will just leave it as it is.