An apartment complex has spaces in open lots that are available on a first-come, first-served basis to tenants and guests. It also rents reserved carport spaces, and spaces inside two-car garages. The garages were probably designed to be rented by individual tenants, but the landlord rents out single spaces in garages. As garages are shared, there is a rule against storing any personal belongings in a garage, but that rule has not been enforced against tenants who rent the whole garage. Parking spaces are separately rented to tenants, and are not part of the apartment lease.
Due to a shortage of parking, the landlord has announced that tenants will only be able to rent as many spaces as they have vehicles. One tenant has rented a garage, which they use to park a large truck and for storage, and a carport that they use for their other vehicle. The landlord says that they can only have two spaces, and that they have to give up either the carport or half of the garage. The tenant wants to keep all three spaces. Can the tenant avoid giving up a space?