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I own a condo in a HOA, that no longer allows disabled

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I own a condo in a HOA, that no longer allows disabled guests to park in visitor parking. The HOA just added additional new parking spots. The HOA now rents out all unused parking. The HOA threatens to tow any vehicle not in compliance. Dan (a disabled vet).
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Alex Esquire replied 9 months ago.

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Do you have a legal question that I can answer for you about the situation you have described in your post?

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Expert:  Alex Esquire replied 9 months ago.

Do you have a legal question that I can answer for you about the situation you have described in your post?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
can our HOA, after altering our guest parking situation/modification tow (handicapped parking) tow/cite guest parking? Does the HOA have to post Handicapped Parking Spaces? Awaiting your response, Dan Powell (a disabled purple-heart vet).

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