Your HOA isn't bound by the Constitution — the Constitution only restricts the government. When private actors do it, it's just being a jerk.Ask a similar question
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Recommend you contact your state bar association and ask for their lawyer referral service or use the Avvo 'find a lawyer' option.
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Sounds like multiple causes of action and not just constitutional. You need to sit down and map these issue out with an experienced attorney. Good luck.
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