this apartment is very sensitive with apartment issue and would often threaten with warning if something pops up. I dont have a car, so i never thought of parking spot and have much knowledge on car stuff, so normally i didnt care at all. and my friend would come over almost everyday and i think he parked at one of "reserved spot"and i didnt' know i was wrong to do that. and I didn't hear anything from the apartment manager(mabe they didn;t know whom that car belong to) then yesterday, he came over again and parked there and he got a note that says "i took a picture of your car its my spot i pay for! i will tell this to manager!" so now i am scared... i had other problem of my ex boyfriend's car belng too noisy so can't park at certain spot.. can i get evicted for that??
Violations of the rental agreement or duties of a tenant under the RLTA require a ten day comply or vacate notice. Essentially, if the management wants to evict you, they must give you a ten day notice to quit parking in that spot. So long as you do not park in spot that anymore, they would not be able to evict you on that basis.
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I agree with the previous answer, HOWEVER, take the time and go talk to the property manager...where is it okay for your guests to park? Is there a designated area? Do you need to get them a temporary parking pass? Don't be afraid to go talk to the manager and find out what the protocol is so you don't have to worry about this in the future. This can’t be the first time someone in your position has a friend come visit that has a vehicle...it’s okay to go ask the manager where they should park when they come to visit.
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