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Blocking Access to my Parking Spot

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Some of you may already be familiar with the nightmare situation involving my downstairs neighbors (see 'Screwed in San Francisco').

In my reading on the subject, it has come to my attention that my neighbors *repeated* parking in my spot (he drives a tow truck for a living and that's what's in my spot now) can be constituted as blocking access and thus included in a nuisance complaint.

Any thoughts?



Well is there anything in the lease about a parking space?

Then he is in violation of your lease, and so is the landlord.

Is there 2 assigned parking spaces? then he is in violation...for taking more then one because of the tow truck

IS it who ever gets there first? then you probably cant do anything.

Also here in NYC if parking was mentioned in the advertisement, that induced you to call the landlord and rent the property, then that would be considered a part of the lease even if the landlord forgot to write it in.

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