Parking spaces have often been a matter of prime concern for several apartment complexes. According to the “Apartment Act” in most states, car parking is a part of the society’s common areas. Once the housing society is registered, it becomes the owner of all the common spaces of the apartment complex including the parking spots. So, if there are limited number of parking spots, than the managing committee decides the basis of the distribution in consultation with the members. Registered members include family members and associate members. Tenants are Nominal Members and have no rights of a regular member, which includes having no rights of parking in the CHS premises. However, at the discretion of the Managing Committee, parking can be an extended as humanitarian facility to the nominal members. The common parking space is the property of the society and the society can allot it on ‘First Come First Serve” basis or in any other manner in accordance to decisions of all the members, within the frame work of the Model Bye-Laws. More than one parking space may not be allotted to a member IF other members parking requirements are not fulfilled.