Can A Landlord Tell Me To Move My Vehicle That Is In The Driveway Of where I Rent

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Usually a landlord cannot require that you get rid of the vehicle as in “divest yourself of ownership”. We CAN require that you remove it from our property, though.

For instance, our leases require that tenants abide by the HOA rules in the community.

One community prohibits parking in the driveways because they are too short for most cars to fit fully off the street.

So we could make you only park fully inside the garage, park in the communal parking, or simply get the vehicle permanently off our property. It would be your choice what to do.

Additionally, if your vehicle is not legally able to be driven on the streets, we can require that you not park it on the property because it is in violation of the County’s ordinances against parking unregistered and/or inoperable vehicles on residential lots.