The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled yesterday that while it is true nobody owns an on-street parking space, the potential loss of such spaces to residents of new developments gives nearby residents standing to sue to block the projects.

The ruling comes in complicated legal tussling over a condo building at 224-226 Hurley St. in Cambridge, which the city first allowed, then, after it was built, declared illegal.

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The Cambridge courts need to decide on this parking issue. That’s what’s driving this decision.

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