A residential building may have parking spaces or lots outside of the unit that tenants may use. In most states, the landlord is only required to provide parking if it is mentioned in the lease. A small number of jurisdictions require the landlord to maintain amenities that were provided when the lease began. A landlord must keep the parking areas in a reasonably safe condition...
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