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We are a block of fewer than 20 apartments.
One of the owners, who lives alone, has relative who who flits between two homes.
At a previous meeting the owner informed us that the relative will be coming to live with them on a permanent basis.
The problem is the relative continually parks in the only visitor parking spot for days and nights at a time.
The owner has a two car garage but is filled to the brim and only one vehicle can fit.
On bringing this to their attention they have said that the relative should be classified as a visitor as the address shown on his rego and drivers license is the address of the other home in another suburb.
Strata manager doesn’t seem to think that it is an infringement.
Is there a binding explanation as to when a visitor is no longer a visitor but now a resident.
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