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Well ANAL, but it seems to me a state law could invalidate contract provisions. My understanding of the Federal law is that they have to make reasonable allowances for antennas.
States, counties and municipalities have to make reasonable allowances; not neighbors you have a contract with.

Same kind of state law could let your bank call your mortgage or car loan.

The only legal way would be for FUTURE contracts, not existing ones.
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Well ANAL, but it seems to me a state law could invalidate contract provisions. My understanding of the Federal law is that they have to make reasonable allowances for antennas.

Just like the did for small vsats.
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Well ANAL, but it seems to me a state law could invalidate contract provisions. My understanding of the Federal law is that they have to make reasonable allowances for antennas.
Feds and States do make laws that override HOA rules.

Feds say itís ok for satellite dishes and solar panels. HOA docs say those not allowed, but Feds overrule.

Maryland says itís ok to have clothesline in yard. HOA says no clothesline, MD law wins.

At anytime Feds could allow antenna which would overrule any HOA that says antenna not allowed.
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The relevant FCC rule is "Over-the-Air-Reception Devices" (OTARD). It covers satellite and terrestrial TV antennas, and "fixed wireless signals" only. It also explicitly does not cover ham and CB antennas.

I know that, and you know that, but if I stick a 75ohm connector adapter on the end of my feed and as far as the HOA is concerned itís an HDTV OTA antenna. Honestly even with the impedance mismatch it would actually work.
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