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So I must begin with saying that the parking at my apartment is first come first serve, free for all kind of parking (as long as you're a tenant). There is no off-site parking.

The management team decided to send out a notice today that states: due to overcrowding residents must now have a parking permit. Which I have to admit is not a bad idea, but it comes with conditions: You can only get a pass if your name is on the lease and you have a valid drivers license. Can they legally enforce the second condition?

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You have to read your lease to be sure.

But in all likelihood, yes they can enforce this. This is a common situation and has become de facto standard operating procedure.

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