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From personal experience, water intrusion in a condominium unit can be one of the most frustrating and unpleasant experiences a Co-owner may ever experience.  Often, a Co-owner does not know what to do, who to call, whether insurance will cover the loss and what responsibilities

Many condominium bylaws restrict or otherwise regulate a co-owner’s ability to lease the co-owner’s condominium unit. These restrictions are sometimes imposed as part of an effort to maintain property values, and sometimes to comply with the Federal Housing Administration’s Condominium Project Approval and Processing Guide

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

Matthew W. Heron, Esq Introduction An association of co-owners within a condominium project is responsible for enforcing the condominium project’s master deed, bylaws and any rules and regulations. In many instances, the association will be able to determine whether an alleged violation warrants a declaration of default

The last significant revisions to the Michigan Condominium Act took place in 2001 and 2002.  While many Michigan condominium associations have amended their governing documents to address the 2001 and 2002 amendments to the Michigan Condominium Act, those amendments often fail to account for the