What is the definition of a visitor parking?

What is the definition of a visitor parking?

More Definitions of Visitor Parking Spaces Visitor Parking Spaces means the parking spaces located on the first floor of the Parking Facility. Sample 1.

What constitutes a visitor?

Visitor, caller, guest, visitant are terms for a person who comes to spend time with or stay with others, or in a place. A visitor often stays some time, for social pleasure, for business, sightseeing, etc.: a visitor at our neighbor’s house.

Can I stop someone parking on my drive?

If a car is parked on my driveway, can I block them in? If someone has parked on your driveway and you were to block them in, your vehicle may be causing an obstruction to the public highway and this is a criminal offence. The owner of the vehicle could therefore call the police.

Is it illegal to use visitor parking spaces in NSW?

We consider that the tenant’s use of visitor parking is unacceptable in all the facts and circumstances though the standard by-laws do permit the owners corporation to approve parking on the common property “in writing”. This post appears in the December 2020 edition of The NSW Strata Magazine.

Can a building have more visitor parking spaces than required?

In our experience, the sometimes a building has more visitor parking spaces than council stipulates as being required. In that case, the Owners Corporation could sell (by way of a strata plan of subdivision and transfer) or lease the “additional” car space for valuable consideration.

Why are there visitor parking spaces at Netstrata?

At Netstrata, we take the view that the visitor’s parking is just that. It is parking spaces for the use of family and friends visiting owners and tenants of the strata scheme. In most cases, guests generally stay for an afternoon or an evening and then vacate the space for others to use.

Can a owner corporation lease out visitor parking spaces?

Q&A: Can Owners Corporation lease out visitor parking spaces? (NSW) A LookUpStrata reader, who works as a building manager in NSW, wanted to know whether the owners corporation can lease out additional visitor parking spaces to a retail lot owner, and what the correct process would be to establish such an arrangement.

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