The lease will dictate the terms of the lease; if there is an assigned parking space, then that is typically addressed in the lease (ie identifying the particular parking spot, usually by number).
For larger establishments, the lease will typically include a certain number of parking spaces, and they will be labeled either by numbers, or will be updated to reflect the name of the tenant's business so the customers will know where to park.
If the lease does not address it, but the tenant was informally assigned a lease, that will be construed as a term of the lease should the landlord arbitrarily remove that space (similar to a residential tenant- for example, a landlord has no obligation to provide for example, a washer and dryer, but if they do and it breaks down, the landlord is responsible for its repair/replacement)
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