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Old 23.01.2020, 01:37
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Re: Can I rent out my parking spot?

If you are a tenant, then you have to get the landlord/agent's written permission to sublet. As long as you produce the proper documentation, that is: proposed rental contract with your tenant reflecting their full name and address and showing that the rental is reasonable (so as not to unfairly enrich yourself at your landlord's expense), permission will almost always be granted.

The simplest way to do this is to ask your neighbours (with the same landlord) and see if there's anyone looking for a space, and then you and they approach the common landlord together.
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