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None of the TN codes really apply specifically to towing for a landlord to do renovations/construction
/repair to the parking area. The only code the landlord can rely upon would be TN Code 66-28-520, if the landlord gave 24 hour minimum notice, because if the landlord is in need of the space so construction and repairs can be made to the property and the vehicle is still there it becomes a nuisance
because it is in the way and interfering with the construction/repairs. However, that would apply in emergency situations and the previous expert was correct in that generally 10 day notice is what is required to put tenants on notice that construction will occur and that their vehicles need to be away from the area of construction.
The laws DO NOT SAY that the tenant has to see notice, it says notice needs to be given or sent or posted. In the case of 66-28-520, notice needs to be posted on the vehicle actually.
However, as long as the landlord sends/posts notice, they have satisfied the requirement of notice.