As my wife and I were sleeping, our condo's security company placed warning stickers on both our cars. The stickers state that the warnings were placed on our cars at 12:14 and 12:15AM. At approximately 2:15AM (two hours later), we were woken up to the sound of one of our car’s alarm. As we ran out our front door, we were stopped by three condo security officers that specifically stated that that our homeowner’s association ordered that all cars without a parking pass be towed.
We have been at this condo for about ten months. My two cars are registered with our HOA. I have called in twice to request parking passes. Final issue is, in my opinion, the tow truck and security company did not give us adequate waiting period to adequately react to this warning. Will this fly in small claims?