The association’s bylaws don’t expressly forbid planting flowers on your property, Bois explains, nor do they explicitly allow it.Rules to allow those in teeny positions of to satisfy greed. After all, it's important we have stability in society:
Board members have told Bois they just want all the units to look the same.This isn't the same as a home owner being harassed by city laws (or, supposed laws, often the laws are not clear and open to interpretation) for planting veggies in her front yard. In the case of the New Hampshire woman, she's a condo owner who agreed to follow the boards policies when she bought the place. But as already noted, there doesn't seem to be a clear rule about planting flowers.
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