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January 2016

In most Michigan condominium associations, the same individuals serve as both directors and officers of the nonprofit corporation in charge of the condominium.  Often times, there is confusion or misunderstanding about the difference between a “director” and an “officer.”  Thus, co-owners routinely ask our office

Introduction The recent water crisis in Flint, Michigan has gained regional and national headlines and caused a great deal of controversy regarding the responsibility of local, state and federal government to provide clean water. One of the biggest issues facing Michigan condominium associations today, albeit rarely

Condominium Association Boards are often faced with making difficult decisions while governing their condominium projects.  For example, some typical difficult decisions Boards face are whether to raise assessments, whether to pursue a fellow co-owner who fails to comply with the condominium documents, whether to evict

In The Mt. Vernon Park Association v Chantelle Clark, Michigan Court of Appeals Docket No. 323445 (December 29, 2015) (Unpublished) and The Mt. Vernon Park Association v Patricia Williams, Michigan Court of Appeals Docket No. 323482 (December 29, 2015) (Unpublished), the Michigan Court of Appeals