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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

What happens if a Co-owner slips and falls on the condominium premises?  Does the Co-owner have a right to sue the Association or its property manager for failing to maintain the common areas in reasonable repair?  Can the Co-owner recover from the Association (i.e. all

On September 29, 2015, representatives Klint Kesto (primary sponsor), Brandt Iden and Hank Vaupel introduced House Bill 4919, which would modify the Condominium Act, MCL 559.101, et. seq. House Bill 4919 would amend MCL 559.160 as follows: Sec. 60. (1) Actions on behalf of and against co-owners shall

On September 10, 2015, representative Michael McCready introduced House Bill 4861, which would modify the Condominium Act, MCL 559.101, et. seq.  Importantly, the major change to the law would be the addition of the following new Section 52(5): (5) An individual is not eligible to be

As many new condominium co-owners are aware, the general operations of a condominium association are funded through annual assessments. MCL 559.169 sets forth the requirements for imposing assessments in a Michigan Condominium as follows: 559.169 Assessment of common expenses; contribution of co-owner. Sec. 69. (1) Except to

Part One of this two-part series addressed when an association should amend its Michigan condominium documents.  Part Two addresses the legal and practical considerations of how to amend your Michigan condominium documents. How Does My Association Amend its Condominium Documents? As an initial matter, a Board of