What responsibility does a landlord have to provide parking for residents of his rental property?
Georgia law does not regulate the number ofparking spaces that a landlord must provide
landlord is not responsible for ensuring that the tenant has a parking place.
My landlord had my car towed. I was not parked in my authorized parking spot. Can he do this? How do I get my car back?
The landlord or an authorized person mhave removed cars thatare parked on the
Georgia law (O.C.G.A. §44-1-13)before towing a car the proprty owner must have posted a
notice on the property stating that unauthorized vehicles beayremoved at the owner’s
expense, the location where the car can be recovered, the cost torecover the car, and the form of
payment accepted. The car may only be removed by a towing and storage firm licensed by either
the Public Service Commission or the local goernment and must have a secured impoundment
lot. No storage fee is charged for the first 2ho-ur period, which begins at the time the car is
required to post the required notice.
Can the landlord limit visitors to the tenant’s rental unit?
Generally, a landlord generally cannot limit viitors as long as theydo not disturb other
residents or violate the lease. However, a tenant should be carefulnot to have the same visitor
spend the night too many times in a row withouthe landlord's permission. The landlord may
consider the visitor an unauthorized occupant. Certainly, a visitor should not get mail or other
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tenant’s rental address since it will appearatththey are living in the unit, which may be a
violation of the lease.