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Car Parking License Agreement


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A car parking license agreement outlines the terms and conditions for a Licensee to park their private motor vehicle in a Licensor's designated space for a defined period. The Licensor, who owns or manages the space, allows the Licensee to use it exclusively for parking purposes, during designated hours.

The agreement includes a Licence Fee, payable in full on the first day of the licence period, or the Licensor may terminate the Licence. The Licence requires a Deposit to be paid within one business day, refundable at the end of the term, as long as the Licensee has not violated the contract. The Licence Fee includes the right to occupy the space and access it, and the Licensee must pay management fees, government rates, and property taxes during the term. If the Licensee breaches any part of the contract, the Licensor has the right to retain part or all of the Deposit as compensation, or charge the Licensee for any excess costs incurred. The Licensor warrants to the Licensee that the Licensor has the authority to grant the License and that the Licensee has the right to use the Space during the term.

Additionally, the Licensor covenants to ensure the Space is available for the Licensee to park, is clean and tidy, and that the Licensee can locate and gain access to the Space. The Licensor is not liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered by the Licensee or their property, unless it is due to a breach of the agreement by the Licensor. This car parking license agreement provides both parties with a clear understanding of their rights and obligations during the term of the agreement.

How to use this Document?

If you need to use this document, follow these steps:

1. Read through the entire agreement carefully to ensure that you understand all of the terms and conditions of the agreement.

2. Note the commencement date and the end date of the agreement, as well as the permitted use of the car park space, the licence fee, and the deposit.

3. Ensure that you have paid the deposit and the initial licence fee in full before the commencement date, or else you will not be entitled to use the premises.

4. Note that if you terminate the licence during the term, the Licensor is not required to return the deposit. If you breach any part of the contract, the Licensor has the right to retain part or all of the deposit as compensation.

5. Make all payments on time to avoid daily interest charges, and ensure that you register all vehicles that will access the space during the term.

6. Note that management fees, government rates and rent, and property tax in relation to the space are payable by the Licensee, and any other charges will be payable monthly according to consumption.

7. Be aware of the Licensor's warranties and covenants, including that the Licensor is the owner of the space or has the authority from the owner to manage the space, and that the space will be available for the Licensee to park the vehicle during the term.

8. Contact the Licensor if you have any questions or concerns about the agreement.

Following these steps will help you to use this document effectively and avoid any misunderstandings or issues during the term of the licence.



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