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How to Fix the Roads in your Condo or HOA: Increase Assessments or A Special Assessment District? The majority of new residential condominium and subdivision developments in the State of Michigan are established with private roads. When a new condominium project or subdivision is established with

Court Rules that Restrictive Covenant Banning Sex Offenders is Enforceable Can your HOA’s restrictive covenants or condominium documents ban sex offenders? The ability to ban sex offenders from homeowners associations has become a controversial issue in recent years.  Until recently, many attorneys across the country believed

Introduction In a significant shift towards transparency, Fannie Mae, the Federal National Mortgage Association, has recently announced that it will make its once-secret "Condo Unavailable Projects and Phases Report" accessible to the public. The decision to make this report publicly available reflects a broader industry trend

Deck the Halls, Mind the Rules: Navigating Association Decorations Restrictions with Holiday Cheer 'Tis the season to stow away the skeletons, pumpkins, and witches, and usher in the festive spirit with twinkling lights, wreaths, and snowmen. As the allure of multicolored lights and decorations brightens the

Navigating the CTA:  A Guide for Condos and HOAs to comply with the Corporate Transparency Act The Corporate Transparency Act is a federal law that was enacted in 2021 to stop individuals in foreign countries from illegally moving money into the United States.  The Corporate

Can A Michigan Condominium Association Collect Attorney Fees for Bylaw Violations?             In Michigan, the responsibility for attorney fees and costs in litigation typically lies with the parties involved. Following the 'American rule,' attorney fees are not recoverable unless expressly allowed by statute, court rule, common-law exception,

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