California  |  Landlord & Tenant Law

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Asked on: 9/02/13, 12:28 pm

I live on a property that has a main house(Where my wife and I reside),a small guest house and an apartment type building behind us.The couple in the guest house parks two cars on the lot with no charge.The next couple have two cars and one parks on the street.the fourth tenant parks on the lawn adjacent to the driveway.That is the area where I would like to park my wife's car (For security reasons. She gets home late at night.) Is the landlord legally allowed to charge me to park a second car on the property when none of the other tenants are charged.There is no mention of parking in the lease.

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