I rent an apartment and car space in a multi-story building in Melbourne. Because of ongoing misuse of visitor parking 'the board' (Body Corporate) have decided to restrict visitor parking to 2 hours and give out fines/clamp wheels. This will be managed by a private parking company. While this is annoying and inconvenient I am guessing they can do what they like with common areas. Although am wondering if clamping wheels is legal? In addition to this they have made us apply for and pay for a parking permit to park in our car spaces within the gated car parking area. Apparently because people are entering the gated area and parking in spaces other than theirs. Occasionally I require other cars to park in my space (when car pooling somewhere in my car) and I am now being told that because this car will not have a permit to park there it may be clamped. I am wondering if they are allowed to do this, given I rent the space. I don't rent it for a specific vehicle and should be allowed to park whatever car I like there without threats of fines or wheel clamping. Any help would be appreciated.