My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Florida
The condo building where I lease recently changed the access rules for the parking lot. Previously access to the parking lot was by remote control. Now, the Condo Association states that we must afix a barcode sticker to our car, limiting the vehicle that can park in our spot to one. I understand that I have one spot in the parking lot, and that I can only use my assigned spot, but I feel like I should be able to park whatever I want in it. Furthermore, I am a military member and I often get deployed for a few weeks to a month, I used to give my friends my remote so that they could park in my spot and go take care of my apartment/water plants, check mail, etc. I can no longer do this because of the new policy. I asked the condo association for an exception and they were not willing to assist me. Do I have any recourse, do I have a property interest in my parking spot that prohibits the action of limiting my access so severely? What laws govern this and what can I do? Please help.