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    Default Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

    My question involves a traffic citation from the state of: New York, White Plains city

    My landlord asked me to park my vehicle on the unpaved area of the rented house due to limited parking space.
    Is it lawful in White Plains city, NY? Is it possible that I may get a ticket for that?
    Thanks a lot for answering.

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    Default Re: Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

    Call your local police or consult local ordinances.

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    Default Re: Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

    Quote Quoting plasmamembrane
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    My landlord asked me to park my vehicle on the unpaved area of the rented house due to limited parking space.
    We're talking about what type of "rental house"? A single family home, an apartment building or an apartment complex with how many separated units? The area you're parking on belongs to who, the landlord or the city?
    I'm not a lawyer, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.......

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    Default Re: Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

    That's a single family home belongs to landlord.
    Thanks again

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    Default Re: Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

    You should not get a parking ticket for parking on an unpaved area of your property unless you park blocking a sidewalk or walkway.
    I'm not a lawyer, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.......

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    Default Re: Is it Legal to Park on an Unpaved Area of a Rental House Lot

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    You should not get a parking ticket for parking on an unpaved area of your property unless you park blocking a sidewalk or walkway.
    I don't know.

    I would take a look at http://www.cityofwhiteplains.com/DocumentCenter/View/75

    Section 10 spells out requirements for parking areas. All the little nuances of the code are too complex for my simple mind, but it would appear to require that parking areas be paved.

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