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The issuer is a company called Conkai Security Limited. They have a contract with the management company (the terms of which I do not know) and come round periodically to check on the cars parked in the car park for the block of flats. We are expected to apply for a 'permit' (surely just confirmation that we are entitled to park there?). I am the landlord, my tenants have the 'permit'. They had left and I was parked at the flat on business to do with the flat
thank you, XXXXX XXXXX I thought. I think it is very misleading to call the things they issue 'permits'. I wonder what the relationship between them and the management company is - do they have an arrangement similar to a license?
BTW I went to check the notice in the car park. today, and it says that by parking in the area you are entering into a contract with Conkai. I cant imagine what legal relationship lies behind this if they have no interest in the land and are simply contracted to administer a car parking security system. Is this all just hokum?