The operator must submit a disclosure statement before an agreement is reached. (Link in `Approved Forms` above) If a party wishes to amend the agreement in the future, the amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by all parties. The parties may use our contract amendment document for this purpose. I know someone who one day knocked on the door by the police and asked if he was the number of the garage. It turned out that this garage was used by a criminal gang that stored goods in the garage, which they had rented to an owner who did not use it! The way the building was designed allowed access to the parking lot on all floors of the building. We had to improve our security anyway, but instead of installing an impossible and expensive exclusion system, we only installed electronic keys for the front doors and garage doors and announced a check of all parking lots. Residents had to cross-check their key with their seat number and car rego. Most commercial leases are subject to similar ownership laws from one state to another. Retail leases that are governed by national/national retail lease law, if the term of the lease is longer than three years, must be registered with the National Securities Office: in the absence of a local authority regulation, an owner may rent a garage to one person and the unit to another person. Why would a person who rents a piece of car be more likely to pose a “safety risk” than a tenant in the residential area? I referred to a mechanism that might be possible to prevent outsiders from having rented car locations. But since you raise the issue, I think the problem with outsiders who rent parking lots is that they don`t have a long-term commitment to the place, are largely irresponsible (because they are not covered by laws in an effective sense) and that the people who manage the building generally don`t even know who they are.
In my building, access to a car park means access to three levels of parking spaces and public spaces. I think the increased risk of people you don`t know and can`t be traced is pretty obvious. At least there is nothing to prevent parking tenants from having access to friends. None of these people are subject to appropriate status, so the potential for problems is fairly clear. The law states that you must report any rent or subletting of a “Lot” to Owners Corp., including the name of the tenant. I do not see why that would not apply to car parks, especially if they were separate tickets on the map, but I have never heard of them.