My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Florida
I recently moved into a multi-building apartment complex and at the time when we signed the lease agreement parking was not stated nor a verbal topic. Classes at the University started a month after move-in which resulted in an increase of vehicle activity in the complex. The contractors who built the parking lot did a poor job calculating sufficient parking spaces. Residents are being forced to park on the curb after 9-10PM due to no available spots. Now, management issued a letter to all tenants that parking decals are required, visitor passes are required, and a parking curfew. Guests are not allowed after 10PM or will be towed. However, the office that issues guest passes is only open M-F 9:00-5:00PM and Saturday 9-12. All cars that are not in compliance will be towed by 8AM.
Is management legally able to tow resident's guests if he/she arrives after operating hours and is unable to acquire a guest pass?
Another question: my neighbor's girlfriend is not allowed on the property due to a "complaint" from another tenant. Do they have the ability to deny a tenant from having guests of their choice?