I received a fine back in March 2017 for overparking at (unnamed) council. It was only sheer coincidence I decided to drive back around the area at where I got fined and realised that the fine period was not consistent with time from my messages regarding the event I was attending. I requested photographic evidence of the offence and was assured they would provide me with some.
Essentially, I've been calling back and they have constantly assured me they would get me the evidence in 'x' working days - but they never do. At some point around July, the fine got waived, however I feel like this became a matter of principle. The council fines vehicles and expect them to pay a penalty without sufficient proof of the offence?
I was wondering if there is any legal obligation for them to provide me with evidence or are they allowed to toy around like this indefinitely?