The City of Los Angeles maintains our streets. Therefore the tax payer must own them. Our HOA does not have any gates or signs of any kind. The HOA has a rule that no boat can park anywhere in the association on the street for any reason for any length of time. I want to load my family into my SUV in front of my house with my boat attached that I retrieved from my storage lot. Isn't it unreasonable to NOT allow this action to occur? How can I fight such an unfair rule? I am sure the City allows me to park overnight, and has no problem allowing me to load my family or unload when I return.
You need to look at your cc&rs, and the rules and regulations for the HOA.
I doubt that the HOA can legally prohibit the parking of vehicles, or boats on a trailer connected to a vehicle on a city street.
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