Determining the number of vacancies, the number of vacancies per apartment, their allocation, and the sizes of vacancies are issues that can give the liquidator a big headache if they do not have clear rules. In this post, I will show you the main problems in the garage in a condominium and how to solve them. Follow up!
Vacancies For The Disabled
An important issue when talking about condominium garages is related to spaces for people with physical disabilities. The Municipal Law of your city gives the determination. Only for garages with more than 100 spaces is necessary to have at least 1% of spaces reserved for the physically disabled.
In addition to being essential to comply with what the Law says; common sense is essential. If your building has more than 100 spaces and it is known that there are two people with physical disabilities, there is nothing more suitable than having two spaces reserved.
New condominiums usually come with spaces for the disabled determined, according to the Accessibility Law.
Garage Theft: Who Is Responsible?
The condominium like the Ratchadamri condo (คอนโด ราชดำริwhich is the term in Thai) will only be responsible for guarding and inspecting the vehicles if present at the condominium agreement. Otherwise, the owner must take care of his car, lock the vehicle and not leave valuables.
Garage Crash: What To Do?
In this case, the condominium is also not responsible for collisions between vehicles in the condominium garage. It is not the condominium’s role to resolve these situations either. Of course, if you have a camera monitoring system, the condominium can provide the images to help clarify what happened.
Sale And Rent Of Parking Spaces
The sale and lease of vacancies generate many doubts among the liquidators. Often the owner wants to earn extra income and decides to rent his parking space. The sale or rent to people outside the condominium can only happen if the vacancy is autonomous (determined) and provided for in the condominium agreement.