The driver of the moving vehicle is At Fault. The parked vehicle may have been parked illegally, but it didn't hit anything.
If someone hits a parked car then they are automatically liable.
The car in motion is ALWAYS at fault when it hits a stationary vehicle.
I parked my car in the driveway
In the UK it can, if the driveway is private property.
It's parked in your driveway.
The possessive form of the pronoun 'who' is whose.Example as interrogative pronoun:Who parked in our driveway?Whose car is in our driveway?Example as relative pronoun:The one who parked in our driveway is the contractor.The one whose car is in the driveway is the contractor.
Yes. Being illegally parked does not affect fault. If you strike a parked vehicle, it is ALWAYS your fault because you have a duty to ensure the way was clear before moving.
As a general principle, the person operating a moving piece of machinery is responsible for damage to any non-moving obstructions. Whether or not the other car was legally parked is irrelevant. It could be abandoned in the middle of the road and it would still be the drivers responsibility to see and avoid it.
Example sentence - I parked my car in the driveway each night.
No its not illegal to have it parked out of motion but if you were to be driving then yes it is
Kindly ask the landlord to move it.