I live in a residential apartment which has its own private car park. The car park is not open to the public and can only be used by residences of the building. I bought my car park lot (which is a corner space at the side) when I bought my place in the building. I now have a motorcycle and a car, therefore as the car park lots are pretty big and spacious, I have parked my motorcycle at the very back of the lot and my car infront of it. I am still within my parking space and am not obstructing any throughway or other vehicles going past. However, I got a call from management saying that I'm not allowed to park my motorcycle like that and need to rent another space for it.
As this car park space is bought, I feel it is private property and if I am within my space and not causing a nuinsance to anyone else, I should be able to park my motorcycle there as well.
Therefore I am wondering if there is a legal issue in Hong Kong that doesn't allow motorcycles to be parked like that? What are my rights as property owner of the space and residential apartment? Can the building management force me to move my motorcycle?
Thanks for your advice!