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Q: Do I need to know is do i need permission to replant?
A: No, you would not need permission to replant because you already received permission to plant the first time around. This assumes that you are correct that the board did not have the power at the time to have the trees removed. If that is the case, then you can rely upon the original permission that you were granted to plant the trees. My only concern would be that you would be wasting your time and money because the board ultimately have them removed again, and this time do it correctly, and you will not be allowed to replant.
Then that makes your argument to replant even stronger.
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If the board is giving you new stipulations, then you must abide by those stipulations. The reason is simply that the board can decide when and if to revoke any permission that you previously had, or to remove any trees that it previously gave you permission to plant.
Unless I misunderstood, even though you planted the trees, the trees were the property of the HOA. Accordingly, it is for the HOA to determine whether to take action for destruction of property or not.
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