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Kevin Hirzel to speak at MACA Condominium Director Boot Camp in Livonia on 6/18/18

  Michigan Association of Condominium Associations (MACA) Director Boot Camp (Livonia, MI) Date:         6/18/18 Time:        6:00pm to 8:00pm Location:  Livonia Public Library, 32777 5 Mile Road, Livonia, MI 48154 Details:     Meet with MACA representatives and professionals, ask questions, and learn the ins-and-outs of operating a Michigan condominium association.  Common topics covered in a condominium director boot camp

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MACA Director Boot Camp in Livonia on 4/16/18 cancelled due to weather

The below MACA director boot camp will be rescheduled for later in the Spring when winter finally goes away.  We apologize for any inconvenience and will provide an update on a new date. Michigan Association of Condominium Associations (MACA) Director Boot Camp (Livonia, MI) Date:         4/16/18 Time:        6:00pm to 8:00pm Location:  Livonia Public Library, 32777 5 Mile

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SB 914: Proposed amendment to the Michigan Condominium Act

Michigan Senate Bill 914 (2018) was introduced on March 21, 2018. Senate Bill 914 would amend various sections of the Michigan Condominium Act related to providing electronic notice of amendments to condominium documents, director voting via e-mail and setting more specific standards for co-owner inspections of a condominium association’s books and records.  Senate Bill 914 (2018) would amend MCL 559.106,

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Michigan Court rules that association is not required to maintain road to township standards

In McGue v Glenbrook Beach Association, unpublished opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued March 6, 2018 (Docket No. 337785), the Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the trial court’s dismissal of an owner’s claim against a Michigan Summer Resort Owners Association for failing to maintain the roads in the subdivision according to the township ordinance. In this case, James McGue

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Michigan Court of Appeals dismisses condominium bylaw enforcement case after lawsuit approval deemed improper

As previously discussed in HB 4446 allows Michigan Condominium Associations to enforce restrictions and defend lawsuits, it is not uncommon for developers to insert anti-lawsuit provisions into condominium documents that later have drastic consequences for Michigan condominium associations. In Sawgrass Ridge Condominium Association v Louis J Alarie, et. al., unpublished opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued January 9, 2018

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Should your Community Association have a Holiday Party?

Introduction With Christmas just around the corner, many community associations are currently planning parties to celebrate the holiday season. Holiday parties are a great way to bring the community together and converse with your neighbors. These parties frequently involve the catering of food and alcohol as well as live entertainment which helps foster community participation. While holiday parties are generally

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Condominium and HOA Update: Upcoming Changes to LARA Corporate Filing Submissions Starting October 30, 2017

At least once a year, property managers, attorneys or the association itself files corporate documents with the State of Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (“LARA”) on behalf of the association.  In a Michigan condominium association or homeowners association, certain documents such as Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation or a Change in Resident Agent may be filed infrequently.  However, each

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