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The situation you describe is one of an "arbitrary and capricious" enforcement of the governing documents. You may file a suit for declaratory relief against the Association (your landlord will need to file suit as the owner in this situation) to force the Association to allow you to either replace the decoration or to allow you to find a reasonable resolution that is compatible with the other units.
It appears that the Association is levying an unfair enforcement against you directly.
What type of lawyer do we consult? Real estate or Tenent Law?
I usually recommend a civil litigation attorney for these matters, finding one with experience in Homeowners Association matters is especially helpful.
I will follow you excellent, very helpful advice. Thank you!
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