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‘Misleading and unenforceable’: Parking ticket quashed after Disputes Tribunal challenge

Summary by Ground News
A man was hit with a $65 fine for parking for 124 minutes in a supermarket carpark. He argued he was not behind the wheel so cannot be held responsible. The parking company disagreed, pointing to the condition in its signposted conditions which states "you also bind the owner of the vehicle" The tribunal ruled this condition was meaningless and inconsistent with the law. Consumer NZ said motorists should be aware of their rights.

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