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Just so I am 100% clear, could you please confirm that you would be parking on your own driveway, on land exclusively belonging to you and it would not be on the communal access area owned by all of you?
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Yes - only and exclusively parked on my own drive, (and my neighbours are parking their caravan on their own drive too). Not parked on the communal driveway.
Thanks for your reply and apologies for the delay.
Well, you are only bound by any existing restrictive covenant which was imposed by the Developer, as only the owner of a piece of land can impoe such covenants. Now that you own your property, no third party can restrict what you can and can not do with your own property.
You can all agree concerning matters over the communal area/driveway, but that is as far as it can go.
I hope this assists and puts your mind at rest.
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