A magement company owns a block of flats and the surrounding plot of land.
Flat "owners"/leaseholders take out a mortgage to lease the flats for a number of years.
They sublet to tenants (with permission).
Parking enforcement is put into place by the management company and contracted out.
Parking permits are sent to the leaseholders, including non-resident ones.
Subletters/resident tenants (who have let flats advertised with parking) are fined for parking in the residents' parking area until they get the permits.
Do the tenants have a legal basis for having such fines waived or reclaiming them?