Question: My husband and I jointly own the only commercial lot in a residential building. He is disabled and from time to time parks in the disabled car park. We do not reside here as it is an office. Can we use the space?
Answer: Disabled car spaces are intended for use for disabled visitors.
Disabled car spaces are intended for use for disabled visitors. As your husband is a co-owner, he is not a visitor. Therefore, unfortunately, he shouldn’t be using it.
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