Kevin Hirzel, Managing Partner of Hirzel Law, PLC, was recently quoted in the Detroit News regarding General Motors Co.'s plans to sell the downtown Detroit Millender Center to potentially more than one buyer. The article discusses current plans to convert the property into "building condominiums."
Michigan became the 10th state to decriminalize the recreational use of marijuana when voters approved Proposal 1 and enacted the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (the “Act”) on November 6, 2018. The highlights of the Act are as follows:
A person that is at
On October 25, 2018, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued an unpublished opinion in the matter of Concerned Property Owners of Garfield Township, Inc v Charter Township of Garfield, unpublished per curiam opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued October 25, 2018 (Docket No. 342831).
Recreational facilities in condominiums are often one of the many amenities that draw potential purchasers to a particular condominium. Co-owners enjoy the use of recreational facilities such as barbeques, basketball courts, boat launches/slips, clubhouses, gyms, parks, picnic areas, pools, private lakes, saunas, spas or tennis
Condominium associations and homeowners associations collect assessments from homeowners earmarked for the benefit of the community. However, there are times when board members, property managers or, more generally, thieves misappropriate or embezzle monies intended to benefit the community.
In 2017, the treasurer of the Black Forest
On September 5, 2018, Rep. Sheldon Neeley introduced HB 6304 in order to invalidate provisions in the governing documents of homeowners’ association that ban “energy-saving improvements” or require approval from a homeowner’s association to install an “energy-saving improvement.” The proposed bill would be extremely problematic