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November 2015

The intended purpose of MCL 559.167 of the Michigan Condominium Act was to create an end date for developing condominium projects in Michigan and prevent incomplete projects that are not only an eyesore, but also create numerous practical problems for operating a condominium association.  The

Many condominium bylaws restrict or otherwise regulate a co-owner’s ability to lease the co-owner’s condominium unit. These restrictions are sometimes imposed as part of an effort to maintain property values, and sometimes to comply with the Federal Housing Administration’s Condominium Project Approval and Processing Guide

By: William Z. Kolobaric Each year on Veterans Day, we honor our men and women in the United States Armed Forces.  As a small token of appreciation, many Co-owners routinely fly the American flag in honor of loved ones who have served or currently serve in

In Moon Lake Condominium Association v RBS Citizens, Case No. 323476 (Michigan Court of Appeals, November 12, 2015, unpublished), the Michigan Court of Appeals held that junior lienholders, such as condominium associations, are not entitled to notice that surplus funds were collected from a foreclosure

What happens if a Co-owner slips and falls on the condominium premises?  Does the Co-owner have a right to sue the Association or its property manager for failing to maintain the common areas in reasonable repair?  Can the Co-owner recover from the Association (i.e. all