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Answers From Landlords About What to Do When A Tenant Double Parks

“Answers From Landlords About What to Do When A Tenant Double Parks” is a summary of a dialog between landlords in our LandlordAssociation.Org Free Discussion Group. We thought we would share some of the more insightful answers with our members.

Q: According to the lease agreement, each tenant is assigned one parking spot and all tenants are responsible for cleaning oil leaks and other vehicle discharges. When a tenant gets a new car and double parks (say, for example, parks in her space and next to her space), what can a landlord do to resolve the double parking problem and expedite the removal of the second car?

A: Below are some of the answers given by other landlords.

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