Condo owner frustrated by bold parking spot thief

Q. While I was away on a winter break I came home to find someone parked in my private exclusive-use parking space. I was informed that they have been parked there since I left two weeks ago. I am still trying to find out whom this vehicle belongs to because it hasn’t moved. I contacted the management company who still hasn’t got back to me.    Read the Q&A………..


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