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Plugging into Progress: What HB 5109 means for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Michigan Condominiums As previously discussed in “Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Keep your Condominium Association Current!” and “Outdated to upgraded: Time to modernize your condominium bylaws?”, there are numerous factors that a condominium association

Ensuring Financial Stability: When to Initiate the Collection Process for Condominium Associations Condominium associations occupy a critical role in maintaining the economic health of community living spaces, balancing the delicate intersection of collective responsibility and individual financial obligations. Ensuring financial stability within these communities hinges on

Understanding Landscaping Architectural Requirements for Co-owners When it comes to maintaining the aesthetic and functional integrity of shared properties, understanding the landscaping architectural requirements is crucial for co-owners. Whether you are part of a homeowners association (HOA), a condominium association, or any other type of residential

Important Construction Contract Provisions for Major Repairs in Condominiums & HOAs The overwhelming majority of condominium and homeowners associations will, at some point in time, need to enter into a large construction contract for a major repair or replacement. Complex construction contracts are more frequent in

UPDATE: The Deadline to Record a Notice Under the Michigan Marketable Record Title Act Has Been Extended to September 29, 2025: Does Your HOA or Condo Association Need to Record One?   Introduction Michigan’s Marketable Record Title Act, MCL 565.101, et seq. (the “MRTA”), has been around since

Unlocking Success: Using Legal Representation Over Collection Agencies for Delinquent Condominium Assessments  Community associations in Michigan play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity and functionality of shared living spaces. However, when faced with delinquent condominium assessments, these associations often encounter significant challenges in recovering the

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