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14 Aug 2018 09:18 by sarahlacala Star rating. 3 posts Send private message

i have an issue with a car that has parked in the parking space that I own for my property.

i am on a community and visit a few times a year (English school holidays) and this time have turned up and a car is parked in my space and looks like it has been there a while as very dirty. I have left notes for last few days asking to move (to which someone has replied no!) and knocked on neighbours doors but got no reply. A gentleman living further along has said the car belongs to my immediate neighbour but they do not answer the door even though I know they are there. 

When we purchased the property, we purchased the parking space and I apart from my inconvenience now, I have family and friends use the home and I don’t want others to have my issue. 

How can I get it moved? We have a security guard on sight at certain times and there is a community organisation - should I contact them? 





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14 Aug 2018 09:36 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5239 posts Send private message

I suggest you ask your president and /or the administration   

Otherwise i believe it would be for you to take a civil action against the owner of the car.   Once moved you might consider installing a lockable parking post    See here for an image of such 

https://www.barriersdirect.co.uk

 





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14 Aug 2018 09:47 by baz1946 Star rating. 2175 posts Send private message

Park your car in their parking space.





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14 Aug 2018 10:57 by sarahlacala Star rating. 3 posts Send private message

Thanks

when i did first arrive I parked in the next one to mine, they have now parked another van at an angle and a moped so I can’t use those spaces. I am now parked in another owners space that I know isn’t there at the moment.  I don’t want a parking war!! 

I have already looked at the parking locks, however need this car moved first!  

I will contact the administration, trouble is I am only here for a short period and feel I may not get this resolved I. That time





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14 Aug 2018 14:05 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5239 posts Send private message

If you have space to install the parking post lock maybe you could do that when the car is there.   Then leave it unlocked for a short period with a notice on the car saying when it will be locked, thus trapping the car 





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14 Aug 2018 15:31 by paulsimkiss Star rating in Thailand & Spain. 58 posts Send private message

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Why should she go pussy footing around?, the neighbour is the blatant offender and he knows it. Maybe a couple of lads from ‘’can’t pay we’ll take it away’’ need to have a discreet word with this ignorant neighbour.



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14 Aug 2018 17:51 by sarahlacala Star rating. 3 posts Send private message

Whoop! I have come back from beach and they have moved offending vehicle into the parking space in front of their house. So success (for the moment!) 

googling parking locks as we speak so they cannot repeat offend! 

 





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14 Aug 2018 18:55 by paulsimkiss Star rating in Thailand & Spain. 58 posts Send private message

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The world we live in. All at the expense and inconvenience of the innocent.



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14 Aug 2018 19:14 by acer Star rating. 1360 posts Send private message

We're all creatures of habit so you may want to arrange that a friendly neighbour uses your space when you return to the UK.





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14 Aug 2018 22:52 by hugh_man Star rating in Kent/Roda . 1582 posts Send private message

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Inconsiderate parking in a private space is regrettably not a Community issue, I believe you should arrange for a Burofax Legal document to be sent to the offender by your lawyer of try reporting a Denuncia at your local police station.





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15 Aug 2018 06:57 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5239 posts Send private message

Just for reference

The ‘community’ might have some influence on the offender,  however as I said it would be a civil matter.  Thus not a matter for the police, local or otherwise





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22 Aug 2018 08:37 by Poliq Star rating. 6 posts Send private message

Things happen actually. Dont take it too close to your heart





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