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I own a condo and am not allowed to park. Visitors can park but, owners are not allowed to park in 'unused visitor spaces our former complex allowed unused visitor parking spaces

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We are in the process of going from valet parking to assigned parking but we don't know how to make this happen for the owners to get "their" spot.

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I own a condo in a large building with the parking underground next to the building. CAN board place assessment on garage owners for work to be done

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I can not get a handicap space as it is already taken by some one else or a guest is need if this space, There was a car in MY ASSIGNED SPOT that does not belong to be I. My space, Had there not been a handicap space available for me to use - and a strange car was parked in my assigned spot.

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Is HOA responsible for installing new carports in order to bring parity with those that already have them? Should the HOA provide discounts on their regular assessments each month? Short of paying to install new carports, is their any other remedy we could consider?

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n our 70 unit condo building, each owner is deeded two parking spaces. These are for the exclusive use of the condo owner. If the owner used only one space, could he legally rent the other? Can the condo association limit the rentals to other owners, relatives

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I had a vehicle towed from my association for no parking permit. I reviewed the CC&R's and Rules and Regulations. No where does it state a parking permit is required.

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I live in Central NJ and my condo association is part of a master association. My HOA has about 250 units, with unassigned residential parking

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Our building is from 2007. When we bought into our 14-unit building, we were assigned one of two handicapped spaces, as I assume no one was handicapped

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HOA parking problems

By CondoAssociation.com • December 24, 2017

The private parking spots are not evenly striped. the person to my left has 94" to park, and the person to my right has 104" and parks on the line, forcing me to not have room to unload groceries, etc. The HOA recommended that I not park in my parking space except for emergencies, that the parking spaces are all legal for public parking. Does the same apply to private parking?

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