The HOA recently defined "single family" to be: parent, sibling, spouse, significant other, life partner, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, and grandchild. The HOA docs also state "single family" constitutes no more than 2 adults unrelated by blood, marriage or adoption. If a single person wants companionship the HOA requires them to declare the person as a "significant other" or "life partner". Otherwise, the HOA does not permit them as a resident unless a rental lease is submitted along with numerous fees. Palm Beach County Fair housing protects discrimination against marital status and Lawrence v Texas protects privacy rights of unmarried people. Can HOA ask these questions? Can single person choose to live with someone they deem appropriate without interference from HOA?