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This is an interesting question and one that gets asked quite regularly. There are a number of things to remember and to consider.
The short answer that yes, you have a constitutionally protected right to slaughter for cultural purposes. Your Estate rules do not infringe on this right at all - it merely infringes upon your right to do so in a specific location, ie in the estate.
This is a justifiable infringement upon your right - you can slaughter anywhere else (where it is allowed) but just not in the estate.
The fact that you chose to live in an estate means you willingly accepted the rules of the estate - one of which is "no slaughtering". There may be many other rules like "no pets" or "no businesses may be operated from the estate" or "no one is allowed to do mechanical work on their vehicles in the estate" etc. All of these are rights that are infringed upon, but such infringement is justified and acceptable.
What is a cultural ceremony to you may be offensive to your neighbours, and thus there are rules about certain things.
I hope this answered your question.
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