In Residents of Fresh Air Park Sub v Pointe Rosa Homeowners Assoc, unpublished per curiam opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued September 22, 2021 (Docket No. 355011), the Michigan Court of Appeals dealt with a situation where adjoining property owners sued a homeowners
The Surfside condominium collapse was devastating for the condominium community and served as a wakeup call for many condominium associations. Since the Surfside condominium collapse, co-owners in Florida and Wisconsin have been forced to evacuate condominiums as a result of unsafe structural conditions. As previously
It is not uncommon for condominiums and homeowners associations that are located within close proximity to each other to be part of a master homeowners association. Community associations that share and utilize certain property and resources generally are organized in one of two frameworks: (1)
The Surfside condominium collapse is one of the most unspeakable tragedies in condominium history. As investigators continue to search for the cause or causes of the collapse, it is natural to search for solutions on how future building collapses or other disasters can be prevented.
Introduction Residential community developments in Michigan often use the rights of use afforded by recorded easements in order to permit the development of communities with multiple underlying individual residential projects. Continue reading
Michigan condominium associations and homeowners associations have been struggling with decisions to open swimming pools and other recreational facilities all summer. Many community associations have kept facilities closed for safety and liability reasons. On September 3, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-175 and Executive