My aunt and other tenants have been living in this building for more than 25 years and have always had a free parking spot now they want to charge $250 for a parking space. Most people of the older tenants don't pay more than $800 for rent and the original leases are lost. The new tenants are rating up to $1250
Probably. I assume you are under San Francisco Rent Control, so the amount being charged would have to comply with the rent control limitations. Generally speaking, however, a landlord can change the terms of tenancy by giving a 30 day notice of change in terms.
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If your lease/rental agreement does not cover parking space, your landlord can make a separate charge for the parking.