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Thousands of Slovenian Tourists Chased to Pay Croatian Parking Fines

TicketA large number of Slovenian tourists have been sent warning letters to settle up their parking fines they were issued with whilst visiting the Croatian coast…

Slovenian television reported that thousands of tourists had received the warning letters after racking up parking fines at a number of Croatia’s summer hot spots. Most of the fines were relatively small (5-15 euros), however they have risen to between 50-100 euros as debt collection fees had been added after owners of the parking lots engaged Slovenian lawyers to pursue the outstanding debts.

Some Slovenian law experts believe that the owners of the parking lots should pay the lawyers fees and not those with the outstanding fines, writes Poslovni dnevnik.

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