Parking space agreement

A licence agreement where the owner can sub-license his flat car space currently not in his use, to someone else for a period of time.
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This agreement has been drawn for a flat owner who has a licence to use a car space, either specific or generally, but who is not presently able to use it. Using this agreement he can effectively sub-license his space to another flat owner. You may want this arrangement to last only a few weeks or for several months.

This is a simple agreement with a menu of “do’ s and don’ts” for your licensee. There is of course provision for your licensee to comply with the terms of your own licence document.
If you are licensing a space you yourself own, use Licence agreement for a car parking space.

If you let a car park space to the person who will use it, he uses it for his personal, and not business, purposes. He is not therefore protected by the Residential Tenancies Act 2004.

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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.

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