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
Can a Michigan Condominium or Homeowners Association Ban a Thin Blue Line Flag?
Although the history of the term “thin blue line” can be traced back to the mid-1800s, the term gained national popularity in the 1950s through Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Parker’s statement that
One of the many benefits of buying property in a homeowners association is that the homes are often more valuable than homes located in non-deed restricted communities. Architectural control restrictions in restrictive covenants often play a significant role in increasing and maintaining property values in
The vast majority of Michigan condominium and homeowners associations are formed as Michigan nonprofit corporations under the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act, MCL 450.2101, et seq. In order to create a Michigan nonprofit corporation, such as a condominium or homeowners association, a developer is required to
Michigan condominium and homeowners Associations are organized under the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act, MCL 450.2101, et seq. As a result, they are subject to automatic dissolution if they fail to file an annual report or pay an annual filing fee for a period of two
Kevin Hirzel and Brandan Hallaq of Hirzel Law, PLC represented the Channel View East Condominium Association in this case.
On July 2, 2019, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued an Opinion in Channel View East Condominium Association, Inc v Gregory V Ferguson, unpublished per curiam opinion