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Private Parking Guidance For Drivers
When you can get a parking ticket on private land A parking ticket for private land is called a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) – check your ticket for this wording. You might get a parking ticket on private land from the owner or a company employed to manage the car park if you: park without the owner’s permission, or breach any parking conditions imposed by the owner. There may have been signs displaying the rules for using the car park. When you park on private land (like a private car park) you enter into a contract with the landowner. Any signs that clearly display rules for using the car park give you the terms of the contract. The car park owner can take steps to enforce any of these rules if broken. Landowners and parking operators do not need licences to issue parking tickets. You might get a ticket on your windscreen or in the post. This should state the name of the landowner or company that has issued the ticket.