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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

The 2018 Amendment to the Michigan Marketable Record Title Act Goes Into Effect on March 29, 2024: Does Your HOA or Condo Association Need to Record a Notice? Introduction Michigan’s Marketable Record Title Act, MCL 565.101, et seq. (the “MRTA”), has been around since 1945, yet many

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

What Every Condo or HOA Needs To Know About Emotional Support Animals             Over the last several years, emotional support animals have been a continuous source of speculation and confusion for many Michigan condo and HOA boards. We all have seen the news stories of individuals

Can You Pay Directors and Officers of a Michigan Condominium or Homeowners Association?             It is common for a condominium association’s master deed and bylaws or a homeowners association’s declaration to address compensating board members.  Usually, such a provision will either expressly disallow any compensation or

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