This factsheet for number 3 of the Top 5 Useful Bylaws: Parking By-law has been provided by Adrian Mueller, JS Mueller & Co Lawyers. Check out the other 4 Bylaws here: NSW Five Most Useful By-laws.
Parking Notice By-Law – What Does it Do?
- Contains rules for parking:
- No parking on common property
- Owners responsible for tenants’ parking
- Invitees to only park in visitor parking (time restriction)
- No parking in other private car spaces
- Car register (vehicle details)
- Permits an owners corporation to:
- issue a notice to an owner or occupier in breach (the culprit)
- place a notice on the offending vehicle
- recover from the culprit the cost of issuing the notice
- recover from the culprit the cost of moving the vehicle
- Results in multiple costs recorded on owner’s account/ledger
- Stops the parking problem
Parking Notice By-Law – What it Does Not Do?
- Does not permit an owners corporation to impose:
- NSW Case Study: Is your illegal parking notice just an empty threat?
- NSW: 5 Most Useful By-laws: 2. Master Renovations By-law
This post appears in Strata News #241
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