On June 22, 2016, Governor Snyder signed Senate Bill 610 after it underwent several amendments in both the house and senate. Senate Bill 610 will become effective as of September 21, 2016 and will amend MCL 559.167 to read as follows:
Sec. 67. (1) A change
Michigan law allows the creation of a condominium project under terms and conditions set forth in the Michigan Condominium Act, Act 59 of 1978, MCL 559.101, et seq. (the “Act”). For the most part, the Act contemplates the creation of a new condominium project on
In Gordon v Cornerstone RG, LLC, No. 324909, 2016 WL 902195 (Mich Ct App March 8, 2016) (unpublished opinion), the Michigan Court of Appeals confirmed an arbitration award in favor of Robert and Debbie Gordon against the developers of the Villas of Hidden Lakes Condominium.
In Michigan, when a developer creates a condominium, the developer is required to record a master deed. Pursuant to MCL 559.108, the master deed and condominium subdivision plan must identify the total number of units in the project and assign a percentage of value to
In Liss v. Lewiston–Richard Inc, 478 Mich. 203; 732 NW2d 514 (2007), the Michigan Supreme Court held that a residential home builder was exempt from compliance with the Michigan Consumer Protection Act, MCL 445.901 et seq. The Michigan Supreme Court reasoned that MCL 445.904(1)(a) exempted
The intended purpose of MCL 559.167 of the Michigan Condominium Act was to create an end date for developing condominium projects in Michigan and prevent incomplete projects that are not only an eyesore but also create numerous practical problems for operating a condominium association. The