Licence agreement for a car parking space
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About this document
This is a simple agreement with a menu of “dos and don’ts” for your licensee. It is suitable for use for any car parking space, under any circumstance. However, if you are licensing a space you yourself occupy as a licensee, use Licence car space to another flat owner.
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 each State's Residential Tenancies Act.
If you let the space to the occupier’s employer or company, then they are using it for a business purpose and could become a protected tenant. So do not use this document if your licence must be to a company. Either make sure your licensee is an individual or use Business lease: land, either vacant or with plant or buildings.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Australian law.
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