Transferring allotted parking spaces between two flats in the same building typically involves several steps, and it's essential to follow the building's regulations and legal procedures. Review the building's rules and regulations regarding parking space transfers. There might be specific protocols or paperwork required by the building management or housing society. Inform the housing society or management committee about your intention to transfer the parking spaces. They might have specific forms or procedures you need to follow. They might also require a written application from both parties (owners of the flats involved) requesting the transfer. Create a formal agreement detailing the transfer of parking spaces between the two flats. This agreement should include the details of both flats, the parking spaces being exchanged, and the consent of both parties involved. Submit the transfer agreement and any other necessary documents to the housing society or building management for their records and approval. Once the transfer is approved, ensure that the records of both flats are updated to reflect the new parking space allotments. This might involve updating the documents with the housing society, municipal corporation, and any other relevant authorities.
In most cases, the involvement of the housing society or building management is necessary for transferring parking slots between flats within the same building. The society typically manages parking allotments and maintains records to ensure clarity and fairness among residents. However, if both parties mutually agree to swap parking spaces without affecting the common records maintained by the society, you might be able to arrange a private agreement between yourselves. Even if you're considering a private arrangement, ensure it doesn’t violate any rules or regulations set by the housing society. Violating these rules might lead to complications or disputes in the future. Draft a clear and legally binding agreement between both parties specifying the swap of parking spaces. It should outline the details of the exchange, the agreement duration (if temporary), and the consent of both flat owners. While not involving the society might seem more convenient, it could still be beneficial to inform them of the mutually agreed exchange for transparency and record-keeping purposes.
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