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October 2015

I had the pleasure of attending the Community Association Institute (CAI) Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C. earlier this week and talking with various legislators and their staff regarding issues that impact Condominium Associations.  Three (3) major federal issues that will impact Condominium Associations and Homeowner Associations

Introduction Community associations are often faced with the challenge of collecting unpaid assessments from delinquent owners. Initial collection efforts typically involve sending demand letters, suspending recreational facility privileges (if permitted by the documents), and suspending voting privileges (if permitted by the documents). When these efforts are

On September 29, 2015, representatives Klint Kesto (primary sponsor), Brandt Iden and Hank Vaupel introduced House Bill 4919, which would modify the Condominium Act, MCL 559.101, et. seq. House Bill 4919 would amend MCL 559.160 as follows: Sec. 60. (1) Actions on behalf of and against co-owners shall

Condominium assessments are the lifeblood of any condominium association. A condominium association cannot function and provide essential services to co-owners unless assessments are collected. Unfortunately, dissatisfied co-owners often threaten to escrow or withhold assessments as a means to get what they want. Examples of situations

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