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Answered 1 week ago by Michael D. Siegel
It really is an HOA issue. The letter was the right first step. The next option is a lawsuit, but it will be expensive and you cannot get money damages.
Answered 1 week ago by David J. Hutchinson
Just call one, and have all paperwork regarding the house at hand. Many lawyers will provide a free initial consultation, and then, you will know what you will need. Good Luck.
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