Can a home owners association withhold a entry gate code if you have a remote?

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Whether or not you have a remote, may not be the issue.

Entry gate codes intend to secure the community from unlawful entry. The question becomes: can anyone with a remote gain entry into the community?

Work with your association board to determine why denying your entry gate code is considered appropriate for you.
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