Most people who live in an urban setting and don’t have a parking space know that parking is usually at a premium throughout the year. Parking becomes even more of a problem after a snowstorm because there are fewer parking spaces. You spend time to dig out your car and when you leave the spot, lehitraot baby, good luck finding another one. Leave it to Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy to post about Snowstorms and Privately Enforced Property Rights. For a discussion of property in Jewish law see here. Here is a syllabus (Hebrew, .doc format) from a course on kinyan, the ways in which property is acquired.