Our condo association property manager maintains that there are no assigned parking spaces in our community, which has led to parking anarchy. Some residents have requested signage that reserves their parking space (they do not say "handicapped”, only "reserved.") The plat for my condo (downloaded from the county recorder of deeds) indicates by number that my condo has a specific parking space. Does this mean that space is deeded to me, or is it just an assigned common element for my exclusive use? Can it be taken away? Can I use it exclusively and prevent others from parking there? Since vehicle size has changed since 1985 when units were built, can the association redraw the parking spaces to make them bigger to accommodate the influx of extended cab trucks and large vans used as family vehicles?
Sorry for all the questions but this apparently is a thorny issue.
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