At the next HOA meeting, condo owners will decide whether or not to assign parking spaces. There should be a contract of some sort that describes who gets what spaces.
Thank you for posting such detailed answers. Laws may vary from state to state, and sometimes change. One last thought: A word of caution: This might not be an easy one to resolve — and things might not go your way.
Your title insurance agent should be able to help you sort out these issues, and review the condominium map and recorded documents so you are more comfortable with your purchase.
Rate This Answer: Hi Ruiming — Sorry to hear about this issue.
Mark Pearlstein is a Chicago lawyer who specializes in condominium law. The board members do have the right tomake decisions of elected members and some restricted decisions to maintain the Condos.
You might want to get a lawyer involved to review your rights and give you an opinion in a case like this. However, if you have an assignment from the association who owns the common areas to use the second spot, then you have the permission to use it as long as it remains in effect.
Income from sources other than assessments, including interest, clubhouse rental and other miscellaneous items, should be referenced in the budget.