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Old 23rd April 2015, 14:27   #16
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Default Re: Power of 1+1: Tata GenX Nano pre-launch exchange programme for existing Nano owners

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Well! very interesting that .
An important question in my mind which i want to ask on the forum.
In the above arrangment , how much parking charges do you end up paying to your society ? for 2 cars or for 1 car only ?
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I have 1 enclosed parking. which barely accomodates my Manza .
I pay only for 1 car parking. Before buying the nano, I had confirmed with the society that I can park two cars in 1 spot. As long as the cars don't come out of the marked area, I can park any number of vehicles. But your society rules might differ. So please ask your joint secretary.

However, I noticed that you mentioned you have an enclosed parking spot. Now for the Nano to be placed perpendicular to the second car, you need to have enough room beside the parking spot to manoeuvre the car. I have sent you a PM with the image of what I mean. Please ensure this room exists in your case as well.
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Question Re: Parking laws in housing societies

Bumping an old thread.

Recently an apartment in my building was sold and the agreement deed mentioned about the stilt parking too which was bought by the previous owner directly from the builder. The stilt parking was earlier separately registered for which the previous owner had paid the stamp duty and registration costs. Now my society is playing truant and refusing the new owner the stilt parking. The managing committee have argued that the previous owner during the intimation of sale did not mention anything about the parking slot. Hence the society does have the right to refuse the allotment of stilt parking on the basis on sale agreement deed. What should the new owner do?

Till date I was under the impression that until the conveyance deed happens in the name of the society, society cannot take any decisions pertaining to the stilt parkings sold by the builder since as on date society does not own the piece of land on which the building and the parking stands. Is my understanding correct? I unfortunately do not have any documents to support my understanding. A chat with the society registrar opened a can of different set of worms (read palm greasing to let go off the information).

The reason for raking up this old issue again is coz I also find myself in the position of the old owner (as above) as I am planning to sell my flat and own a stilt parking myself.
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