Q: An organization refuses to admit not seeing a sticker on my car for parking, forcing me to pay a “discount”. Legal/Sue?
My apartment complex put a tire clamp on my vehicle because they thought they didn’t see a sticker. I had talked to them about overriding it because it’s there but they claimed the sticker needed to be placed in the front. No instruction was given to me and nowhere on the lease does it mention anything about sticker placement. They claimed they took pictures all around the vehicle and said that they didn’t see anything. I told them it’s okay if they didn’t see it originally but that it was there. It’s still there right now too. They told me I could pay a “discount” instead of the 140-160 dollars. Is this something they can do? I feel like they should be taking off the Jack for free or even pay me for the inconvenience it has caused, but instead they’re forcing me to pay them for nothing.
UPDATE: They just sent me a picture of a document containing the statement of where the sticker should be placed. However, the lease I signed is still missing just this paragraph.
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