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Condominium Document Enforcement

4 Step Process to Enforcing Condominium Bylaws Enforcing condominium bylaws is essential for maintaining the harmony and integrity of a community. At Hirzel Law, we understand the complexities involved in this process and offer a straightforward four-step approach to ensure compliance and resolve conflicts effectively. Here’s

Understanding Landscaping Architectural Requirements for Co-owners When it comes to maintaining the aesthetic and functional integrity of shared properties, understanding the landscaping architectural requirements is crucial for co-owners. Whether you are part of a homeowners association (HOA), a condominium association, or any other type of residential

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

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

Condominium Association Funds and Capital Projects: Walsh v Hawthorn Hills Owners of Rochester, Inc.  Introduction              Boards of Directors of community associations are often charged with the responsibility of maintaining the capital assets of the corporation and administering the community itself.  This responsibility involves difficult decisions regarding the

Red Flags in Green Legislation: SB 558 and HB 5028 may ban Michigan HOA’s from regulating Solar Panels and other Energy Saving Improvements             The Michigan legislature has recently introduced two bills that would limit the ability of condominium and homeowners associations to exercise architectural control

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