No. You do not own that space. The landowner or property manager can have them towed if the area is posted properly.
What are my rights if someone parks in my private parking space?
If a car parks on your driveway or on a space you own without permission, then it is trespassing – but that is a civil rather than a criminal offence, so you need an eviction notice from the courts to tackle this problem.
Can I tow someone else’s car?
The greatest myth of them all is that it’s against the law to clamp or tow illegally parked cars. In fact, the law in NSW says you can’t clamp or tow without the owners’ permission – big difference.
Can I remove a car parked on my property?
What legal action can you take? You can pursue a civil case for trespassing and if the civil courts rule in your favour, the vehicle would be removed from your drive. … It’s important to remember that the legal process could be lengthy, expensive and may not resolve the issue.
Can you tow a car from the side?
Your car can be towed anytime after four hours on a freeway. … Just the presence of a car on the side of the road can cause drivers to inadvertently drift toward it, so this can be a subjective call. You can call the CHP’s Dublin office at 925-828-0466 for more details on your situation.
What can I do about my Neighbours parking?
If you do find that you have issues with your neighbours when it comes to parking, speak to them, be polite and don’t threaten them. Do not retaliate by blocking their drive, parking outside their property or in their space. Usually, these problems can be sorted out with a few carefully chosen polite words.
What is nuisance parking?
Nuisance parking is considered the act of parking on private land or property without having consent to do so. Examples of nuisance parking include parking on a private driveway or parking space, or parking over a private access causing an obstruction.
What is illegally parked?
A parking violation is the act of parking a motor vehicle in a restricted place or for parking in an unauthorized manner. It is against the law virtually everywhere to park a vehicle in the middle of a highway or road; parking on one or both sides of a road, however, is commonly permitted.
Can you tow a car that’s not yours?
Number 1 — Private Property Laws
This means that your vehicle parked on someone else’s property can be towed at any point in time and without any warning. This is not the case, however, with vehicles that are not properly functioning.