Don’t sweat the small stuff. While it may be a good tip for reducing stress in your life, it is almost certainly not a good tip when it comes to following the governing documents for your condo or HOA. In fact, ensuring that all of
Introduction In Vista Property Group, LLC v Schulte, unpublished per curiam opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued September 17, 2020 (Docket No. 347471), the Michigan Court of Appeals vacated a no-cause judgment in favor of a condominium association and remanded the case back to the Kent County Circuit Court
Kevin Hirzel has been named as a Leading Lawyer in real estate law for 2018 by Leading Lawyer's Magazine. Leading Lawyers have been recommended by their peers to be among the TOP LAWYERS in their areas of practice. Less than 5% of all lawyers licensed
Kevin Hirzel, Esq. has been granted membership in the College of Community Association Lawyers ("CCAL")—one of fewer than 175 attorneys nationwide to be admitted to the prestigious organization. Fellows of the College are among the most respected community association attorneys in the country.
CCAL was established
Pet restrictions are a perennial topic of interest in Michigan and consistently one of the most discussed, debated and reviewed provisions in the condominium bylaws. For example, some condominium bylaws prohibit "dangerous animals" from being brought to the condominium or kept on the condominium premises.
Congratulations to Brandan A. Hallaq, Esq. for winning his first Motion for Summary Disposition before the Honorable Archie Brown in the Washtenaw County Circuit Court. Mr. Hallaq successfully drafted and argued the motion on behalf of a condominium association against a co-owner for numerous bylaw