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    #31
    Originally posted by scot22 View Post
    I respectfully disagree. Tenant is allowed to park a car. I don't expect lease to give permission for anybody else to park.
    Additionally there are security issues. I n my opinion, it is unwise to give too many people an excuse to be around the building. The unknown person might not have just parked a car, who knows ? Might friend have passengers. People buy a lease. Rights should not be shared with other people who are not leaseholders.
    Another problem which could arise is that the person using the car parking space could say to another friend that she can park there a day or two. It is alright if it is say for a few hours shopping, but you are talking about every day from say 8am to 6 or 7 or even later if they shop or go out and about. Parking is at a premium where my flat is, in London.

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      #32
      The lease is also likely to say that the garage can only be used to garage a domestic car, and the planning consent for the development may will say the same.

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        #33
        Originally posted by surreygirl View Post

        It will be a breach because my lease states that no part of the flat can be sublet.
        There was an argument about garage being sublet or not, but ultimately the breach was usage for trade.

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          #34
          Originally posted by JK0 View Post
          Do I have to explain to you what Parklet is?

          It's not 'giving a friend a few quid to let you use a parking space'.

          It's letting all & sundry park there. I think your fellow leaseholders would rightly object to that.
          Yes I have looked at that again and I agree and even if she isnt using that particular site, she could still let all and sundry use it, which I think the other leaseholders would get annoyed about. It is only a small house let into six flats so not a great big block and the garden and the parking area are private.

          I do not mind if he friends park there for a few hours because parking outside is difficult but I do not want to give the rights to one person who thinks they have a priority because I am sure she will be charging for it.

          However as I have said I have laid down a few rules and regulations which she got a bit stroppy about thinking that as the car park was hers she could do what she likes.

          No the lease is quite clear that no subletting to be allowed and that included the car park.

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            #35
            Originally posted by leaseholder64 View Post
            The parking space may well not be part of the demise.

            You would, I hope, be licensing the space, not sub-letting it.

            Are you sure that the easements for the grounds don't cover people permitted by you. It will cause you problems with trades people if they don't. I think we need to see the actual wording.
            Yes I see what you mean it does cover tradespeople and workman, but obviously not friends using the property almost permanently and walking every day to and from their work to the flat and also perhaps lots of other times. It is ideal for shopping and anything else when there is car park a few minutes away from all the main shops etc.

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