Parkit Receives Favourable $2.1M Court Ruling

Vancouver - Parkit Enterprise Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: PKT) is pleased to announce that it has received a ruling from the BC Court of Appeal in determination of the $2.1M pre-payment fee that was sought by Maxam, but refuted by Parkit (please see news from May 13, 2013).  The Court allowed Parkit’s appeal, thereby removing any obligation to pay the fee.

The refinancing of the Maxam loan is scheduled to close on October 28, 2013.

Parkit wishes to thank Maxam for its long-standing cooperation in the financing of the Canopy parking facility.

About Parkit:
Parkit Enterprise Inc. acquires income-producing commercial real estate with a focus in the parking sector.  Parkit built, owns and currently operates a 4,200 stall, LEED Gold certified parking facility at Denver International Airport with our partner Propark America.
 www.canopyairportparking.com & www.propark.com

Parkit Intends to acquire, optimize and aggregate a diversified portfolio of parking facilities across North America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
"Rick Baxter"
CEO & Director

Contact Information:
Parkit Enterprise Inc.    
Suite 1088 - 999 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia     
Canada V6C 2W2
info@parkitenterprise.com       
Tel. (604) 424-8700

For Investor Relations Contact:
Andrew Mugridge or Benjamin Curry     
Network IR
info@networkir.com
Tel. (604) 559-5573

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