What is a deeded parking space?

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I own a townhouse in a condo complex. The townhouse came with the use of 2 parking spaces. Both spaces are marked with the number of my unit. This is the same for all units. 2 spaces per unit with the unit numbers marked to clarify which space belongs to which unit. However, on the unit deed it states I have the exclusive right and easement to use only one parking space. The other spot seems open-ended. Does this mean the association can take away a parking space from my unit? Since the one parking space is mentioned in my unit deed does this make it a deeded parking space?

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