Mr T represented himself. David Bellis and an assistant represented the claimant.
There were 4 tickets involved, all for a residential site where Mr T's leasehold gave him the right to park.
DJ Batcup agreed, and dismissed the claim because the leasehold took precedence over Millenniums contract.
In the run up to the hearing, Gladstones requested a copy of the lease, which was provided to them. Despite this, they decided to continue with the claim. The lease did allow the management company to introduce regulations in various circumstances. However, the parking contract was not found to be such a regulation.
It is quite obvious and there is plenty of case law that an existing contract takes precedence, and cannot be unilaterally altered.
David Bellis has legal training and so will be well aware of this. It is likely then that he is taking out these claims because he hopes that his victims will not know the legal situation, and will either be scared of court and pay up, or will mess up in the court procedures, or will file an irrelevant defence.
In the Prankster's behaviour this is morally bankrupt behaviour.
Millennium Door and Security, you've been Gladstoned!
The Parking Prankster