Common driveway shared with apartment manager for apartments across street.
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: 54bears54-ga
List Price: $20.00
14 May 2005 07:55 PDT
Expires: 13 Jun 2005 07:55 PDT
Question ID: 521602
I live in South Carolina just outside of Greenville. I have a common driveway shared between myself (homeowner), and my neighbor who lives in a rented house. This person also is the apartment manager for the apartments located across the street. On many days, at any time of the day, apartment hunters will park at the head of the driveway while seeking rental information or paying fees, effectively blocking access from our four lane road and exiting from our own home. This practice has caused two 'fender benders' in the drive, both of which have been construed as our fault. I can understand the legalities of it being our fault seeing that we were doing the backing up both times. My questions are: Doesn't this apartment manager's property, rented or not, need to be zoned for business purposes? Am I allowed to separate our two drives with a curbstone or some other divider?
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Re: Common driveway shared with apartment manager for apartments across street.
From: cynthia-ga on 12 Jun 2005 06:41 PDT
The Apartment building needs to be zoned as a multi-family dwelling. No, you are not allowed to impede access to the driveway by erecting a divider. You are down to three choices, the way I see it: 1) Mediate 2) Arbitrate 3) Litigate ~~Cynthia
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