Home owner association not allowing to rent my flat to bachelors

I have a flat . I engaged the services of a rental company Nestaway in 2016. Nestaway rents my flat to bachelors not exceeding two per bed room. I have rental agreements with each of the tenants individually. I understand one of the tenants tried to take a water can not belonging to him. When the issues was brought to my attention, I asked the rental company to ask the tenant to vacate. In the mean while, the home owners association had cut the water and electric supply to my flat. As a result all the three tenants who were living there were forced to leave. When I spoke with the President of the Home owners association, he told that the executive committee decided to not to let the owners rent their flats to bachelors. He also mentioned that they do not want permit rental company Nestaway to rent my flat. When they cited security concerns, I told them that they are free to lodge police complaint if any of the tenants cause any issues. Please advise

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This is M.A RAHEEM KHAN Advocate, From : Hyderabad, @ lawarto.com

First thing is that you registered with owner association or not, then see the by laws of owner association there clause is mentioned related flat be lease to any company and bachelors, if there no such law is mentioned then you have to file case against the owner association for your issue and also police complaint against the owner association for cut electricity and water supply to your tenant. for more discussion kindly consult me through this website.

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