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Does it say 'allocated' or you have use of a parking space? There is a difference.
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Your agreement with the Landlord stands. They must provide you with with an allocated parking space. They must do this otherwise they are in breach of contract. However the Landlord must provide you with one spot. You can not have multiple spots.
If there is a discrepancy with the parking this does not make the whole contract invalid. Whether you are given an allocated or unallocated space in reality makes no difference.
But the Landlord must honour the agreement.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes you can.
Does that clarify?
It was a term of the contract. You are not offered it. Therefore the Landlord is in breach of contract.
You can end the contract for breach
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The Landlord is in breach of contract as they can NOT provide you with allocated parking.This was a term of the contract and therefore as this can be be provided the Landlord is in breach.
As such you can end the contract as the Landlord is in breachCan I clarify anything for you about this today please?