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We own a unit in a small block where all but one lots have garages which are are old and small (but quite OK) and aligned in a such a way that most residents find it more convenient to park directly in front of their garage (that’s ok, no one is obstructed) but the remaining garage owner has his garage situated in such a way that if he parks in front of it, two of the others are blocked.
To make matters worse, this recalcitrant owner is using his garage for storage, so he regularly parks in front it. meanwhile a family member of his parks wherever there is a spare spot.
This was OK when previous residents didn’t have cars but now my tenant has a car so old mate is getting a serve from me whenever his two cars are blocking my tenant in.
The owners of the affected garages are all utilising the common property in front of their garage, but old mate cannot use his because it then blocks the others. So I need to register an enforceable by-law I think that allows some owners to park in front of their garages, and one not. He says this would be unfair.
Is an enforceable by-law (well written with $ penalties) the way to go?
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