My question involves towing laws for the State of: Maryland
Our property Mngmnt. is also our Board President. (conflict of bi-laws)
Our Property Manager, has pick and choose policy.
We have ID stickers and one assigned spot per condo.
We have 2 hanging tags for guest(s)
We have several cars in open and in Handicap spots that are basically used for storage by thier owners.
We have cars with no tags, and expired tags in open areas as well as "assigned" areas.
Quick Background to set up my question at the end.
Our property "mananger" is quick to attempt at having people towed. E.G. in front of our building there are 2 Handicap spots. One of them the owner(elderly man) has his car parked and packed with overflow. The other is for his nurse that visits twice a day. Both spots Marked Handicap. If you even use this spot for unloading groceries with your hazzard lights on. The police show up.
Parking is at best tight, on the weekend there are never open spaces due to improperly enforced guest tags and a handful of "dead tag" cars. Our manager herself, has a vehicle on site with no tags parked in her "Admin" spot. I am beyond words and need help in forming a correct complaint before calling the local police.
Are there any law(s) that will help resolve this matter? I know in my old area, Baltimore County. Even on private property there was a law requiring vehicles to be current with tags. There was also a law that a vehicle could not remain in the same parking spce for more than 36hrs.
As I said, I need help so I know my legal response to any objection an officer may have in answering my complaint. Yes, as you can tell, our "manager" has my attention, due to her pick and choose policy of "Towing"