Kevin Hirzel to speak on rental issues and emotional support animals at upcoming seminars in March of 2018
The below Condominium and HOA seminars will not only tackle the basics in proper Condominium and HOA operations, but also discuss latest developments in statutory and case law.
All Things Tenants – Evictions, Rental Caps and Strategies for Communicating with Landlord Co-Owners.
Time: 9:30am-3:30pm (Kevin Hirzel will speak from 11:15am-12:00pm)
Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River, Novi, MI
Details: The presentation will cover a wide range of issues that community associations are forced to deal with when encountering renters and would be divided into the following subparts:
- Common restrictions to regulate rentals in your community association.
- Short-Term Rentals: What to look for in governing documents to limit short-term rentals and how to deal with Airbnb?
- Rental Caps: Why are the desirable and how do they impact financing?
- The proper procedure for evicting problem tenants and other remedies available under your governing documents.
Condominium Board Members, Co-owners and Property Managers can register here.
Michigan State Journal of Animal and Natural Resource Law Annual Law Symposium (Lansing, MI)
Location: Michigan State University College of Law, 648 N. Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824 – Castle Board Room – 3rd Floor
Details: The symposium will discuss legal issues related to service and emotional support animals. The symposium will include professionals who work with training service animals, lawyers who deal with issues related to emotional support animals under the Fair Housing Act and pending legislation that may impact requests related to emotional support and service animals.
Kevin Hirzel is a Michigan Community Association attorney who concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, community association law, condominium law, construction law and real estate law. Mr. Hirzel has been a Super Lawyer’s Rising Star in Real Estate Law from 2013-2017, an award given to only 2.5% of the attorneys in Michigan each year. He was named an Up & Coming Lawyer by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly in 2015, an award given to only 30 attorneys in Michigan each year. Mr. Hirzel is a fellow in the College of Community Association Lawyers, a designation given to less than 175 attorneys in the country. He represents community associations, condominium associations, cooperatives, homeowners associations, property owners and property managers throughout Michigan. He may be reached at (734) 261-2400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.