I have a private tenancy agreement dated from December 1979.
The apartment block is above a car park available to the general public.
Since 1979 I have always parked here, free of charge, although there is
no charge to the public, my landlord is now trying to impose a parking fee
I have documented evidence that when my landlord has approached the
fair rent office with a view to increasing rents, they have including in their list
of things supplied - Free Parking.
Do you think under, Implied Terms of a Tenancy Agreement - Custom & Practice,
that they are at liberty to apply this car park charge?
Your views would be gratefully appreciated.