Do valets actually own the parking spaces they block off?
I'm at a restaurant and I parked in his space he tried to tell me I can't park there. Am I wrong, I'm still parked there don't really care to move.
It is private property and the restaurant owner can have your car towed if you park it in a spot not designated for personal parking.
Well...it's private property. The owner can do with it what he pleases.
Actually the answer is yes and no. If the valet is employe by the restaurant and utilized the private parking lot, then he/she can exercise control over who may or may not park in the space.
In another situation, the valet service is a sub-contractor with contracts with the city for use of certain spaces designated for public parking. Such in Kansas City on the Country Club Plaza may reserve a certain number of spaces otherwise designated as public for use between certain hours.
and then there are situations where the valet has no control over where a person may park.
So, all you have to do now is to find out under which condition your situation falls.