My question involves towing laws for the State of: Kentucky
My question is in regards to KRS 376.275 which can be found here:
Car was at Wal-Marts parking lot.
Wal-Mart towed because they were paving the lot.
Wal-Mart could not provide accurate location.
Contacted local towers.
Found one place in Bowling Green, that had a car by a different color, different model, and was not sure the year.
Visited in person.
They still could not provide accurate information as to the specifics of the car.
I could see the car from the office and could verify they had it, however they incorrectly documented it as "the car was locked and they could not gain access and they are not allowed to break in."
I asked them when they notified me and they could not provide any written copy that they had.
Even if they had, they would of provided me with incorrect information.
This took place after KRS 376.275's said 10 day period in which they are required to notify or else they void all fees.
I told them in person they had violated the law and were obligated to return the car without incurring of fees, so he asked me to sue him and leave the property.
Is this worth taking to court or can a police officer provide enforcement of such law as its clearly written and in my opinion require interpretation?