2006 Code of Virginia § 55-513.1 - Flag display; necessary supporting structures; affirmative defense

55-513.1. Flag display; necessary supporting structures; affirmativedefense.

A. Unless specifically prohibited by the association's rules and regulationsor architectural guidelines provided in the disclosure packet requiredpursuant to 55-512, the association shall not prohibit any lot owner fromdisplaying the flag of (i) the United States, (ii) the Commonwealth, (iii)any active branch of the armed forces of the United States, or (iv) anymilitary valor or service award of the United States.

B. In any action brought by the association under 55-513, the lot ownershall be entitled to assert as an affirmative defense that the requireddisclosure of any limitations pertaining to the display of flags or anyflagpole or similar structure necessary to display such flags was notcontained in the disclosure packet required pursuant to 55-512.

(2000, c. 891.)

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