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If you are renting a designated spot, then you have zero legal obligation to share it with anyone, regardless of any disability that the other person may have. When you rented the spot, you entered into a contract for sole use and possession of a geographically specific plot of land. So that is what you get...use of the entire parking space.
If the property manager wants to give the other person use of part of another space, then they should make that part of any lease contract and offer a reduced price since the tenant won't be able to use the entire space. Or they should transfer the other person to a larger space that will better accommodate them.
So bot***** *****ne is you don't have to let them use any part of your space if you don't want to.