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I live in a gated community. I can put anyone on my permanent guest or vendor list at the guardhouse. My Dad, my landscaper, a handyman. I would think the HOA only has a right to restrict access into the development, not entry to the house if your fiance approves you going in there unescorted and gave you a key. How is this different than if she gave access to the garage entry code for painters to paint the interior over a week? Does a neighbor kid babysitting need permission from the guardhouse to go into a neighboring home for babysitting? Read the HOA docs, maybe its a sticker thing or a auto gate raising remote for the car, but if the attendant at the guard house looks at authorized people on "the list" you should get in there. This is a fight for your fiance.
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by the HOA definition yes. The problem is that this is just my opinion without reading the actually HOA rules and regulations it is hard to say. You really need a legal opinion. Your actually HOA docs are online and available for anyone to see. Pull them up and have an attorney take a look at them.
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This means that by their definition, married individuals can not have the benefit of a normal entrance.
We suggest you begin with a call to the local police department for their intrepetation on this. This is a reminder of what can happen when a little power gets out of control.