Kevin Hirzel, Kayleigh Long and Joe Wloszek of Hirzel Law, PLC represented the Charles E. Phyle Restated Revocable Trust
In Charles E Phyle Restated Revocable Trust v Scheppe Investments, et. al., unpublished opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued April 22, 2021 (Docket No.
Joe Wloszek and Katherine Hopkins of Hirzel Law, PLC represented Parkview at Orion Commons Condominium Association.
In Parkview at Orion Commons Condominium Association v Rouhan, the Oakland Circuit Court held that a dog who bit a neighboring co-owner is a dangerous animal that must be removed from the condominium premises.
Conflict is inevitable when co-owners live in close proximity in a condominium association. Whether it is a barking dog, loud music or unpleasant odor, it is important that a condominium association has a mechanism to resolve disputes between co-owners. Many condominium associations resolve disputes by
If your Condo or HOA has a fitness center, gym, pool or other recreational facilities, you should read this article to learn more about the additional safety requirements imposed by Executive Order 2020-114 and Executive Order 2020-115.
Can you engage in short-term rentals? Can Condos and HOA's open recreational facilities? This article discusses the impact of Executive Order 2020-110 on short-term rentals and recreational facilities, such as basketball courts, fitness centers, pools, gyms, spas or tennis court.
On May 22, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-100 and extended the ban on short-term rentals and the use of recreational facilities, originally contained in Executive Order 2020-92, until June 12, 2020.
Condominium and HOA Recreational Facilities
Executive Order 2020-92 bans activities in places of "public