Association should not prohibit permanent flagpole (FL)

Q: I live in a community governed by a homeowners’ association and recently asked permission to install a permanent flagpole on my lot. My homeowners’ association denied the request and stated that the documents only permitted the use of portable and removable flags and only allowed the display of the flag on specific dates. Can my homeowners’ association do this?     Read the Q&A……………


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