So, to help you understand more about using a garage in a condominium, we made this post with some things you need to know about the subject. Good reading!

Distribution Of Vacancies

Are you moving to a new condominium? Be aware that you will not decide the place for parking your vehicle. The condominium is responsible for distributing parking spaces. When moving, check which space is allocated to your apartment and whether the bylaws allow changing spaces or changing the location. It’s good to make sure all condo has parking (คอนโด มีที่จอดรถ which is the term in Thai)

Number Of Cars In A Vacancy

In principle, the vacancy must not be filled by two vehicles, whether it’s two motorcycles, a motorcycle, and a car, or a car and a bicycle. So, no matter how spacious your garage, you need to check with the condominium how many properties you can put before putting another car there. After all, this type of subject can be discussed and reviewed in the assembly. Remember that some condominiums have an exclusive place to store motorcycles and bicycles.

Car Out Of Space

Parking the car in another owner’s space is one of the most common problems in condominiums. Cars must not be parked outside your parking space. After all, this prevents circulation inside the garage, which may cause the tenants to delay their appointments. If you park in someone’s space, that person will likely park in the wrong space. Thus, the place will undoubtedly be disorganized.

Liability For Theft Or Theft In Garages

The jurisprudence states that the responsibility for theft and robbery is only the condominium if there is an employee responsible for monitoring the garage. So, it is essential to include in the internal regulations that the condominium is not responsible for vehicle theft and theft of objects stored inside.

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