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This document can be used to rent a parking space. It creates an agreement between the owner of the property (the "Provider") and the organisation or person(s) who wish to rent out the parking space (the "Renter"), allowing that organisation or person(s) to use the parking space, in accordance with the terms of the agreement.
Both the Provider and the Renter can be either a company or an individual. Moreover, the document can be modified to account for a large number of different scenarios including where parking spaces are allocated and/or specified, where multiple vehicles may use the space, and where the parking space may only be used during certain times.
It also takes into account a number of typical issues which may arise in parking space rental agreements such as the owner's responsibilities for damage and the user's responsibilities for matters such as nuisance or storage of flammable materials.
How to use this document
This document should be carefully read by all parties. Then, each party should sign and return a copy, and once signed, every party should be given a copy.
On the date set out in the agreement as the commencement date, the person(s) renting the parking space may then start to use it in accordance with the agreement.
If any party wishes to amend the agreement in the future, the amendment(s) should be recorded in writing and signed by all parties. The parties may use our Contract Amendment document for this.
The agreement will continue until the end date as set out in the agreement, or until terminated in accordance with the terms set out in this agreement.
The agreement is governed by the principles of general contract law, as provided by the common law.
In some cities of Australia, such as Sydney, Melbourne, or Perth, local laws may impose a parking levy or a congestion levy. These levies are intended to discourage motorists from parking in these areas, in order to reduce traffic congestion. In some cases, exemptions may apply - such as for residential spaces or loading zones.
In addition, if the parking space is being rented by a business, to an individual consumer, then the Australian Consumer Law which is set out in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Commonwealth), may also be relevant.
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