Quick story: I parked in my company car park (so I guess its private land), in a place where 'the bay is not marked'. I see many people parking in the same spot, and never have I seen a sticker on their window. It's a large sticker (around half A4 size), stuck to my driver's window. Just a warning not to park there as I am not allowed, with writing that I could barely read. The sticker itself left a lot of glue marks on my window, so I am asking the security company to pay for the damage. Is this allowed?
The response I got is that it's my fault for parking in a place that I shouldn't, but surely they do not have the right to put stickers on my car which do not easily peel off? Can I take this further? And what laws do I / the parking company have in such situation?
From my research, private land owners do not have the right to clamp your car, but I couldn't find any recent news about sticker on cars.
This occurred in the UK