New Model By-law Series #6 – Parking

The changes to parking model by-laws are notable, but they’re a big ticket item when viewed alongside the ability for owners corporations to get council in on strata parking enforcement.  The big change to the model by-law for parking is that it now states that an owner or occupier can’t permit a vehicle to be stood on common property without prior approval, as well as retaining the rule for owners themselves.    Read the article………….


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