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Parking issues

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    I just completed a sale on a top floor Victorian conversion flat. The flat was advertised with off street parking and the estate agent told me that I would get a key for that. When I completed I found out that in order for me to get into my off street parking, I need to pass by a key operated fence, then pass via the ground floor's parking spot, so I can reach mine. I don't have a key for that fence (the estate agent never gave it to me and the seller's lawyers stated that there isn't one for me). The ground floor owner has the key since it belongs to her parking spot and also garden. I am not sure what to do. Go to court against the estate agent? Go to court against the vendor? Am I allowed to go over the other owner's parking spot so I can get into mine and therefore ask for a key from the other owner? Thanks very much for the advise.

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    Re: Parking issues

    Ask him again for the key. Or you have to go for legal advisor , discuss with him about your problem, then they will give you a better and suitable solution.