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Kevin Hirzel elected to the Community Associations Institute’s Board of Trustees

Kevin Hirzel, the Managing Member of Hirzel Law, PLC, was elected to a two (2) year term on the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”) Board of Trustees that commences on January 1, 2020.  CAI is governed by a 15-member Board of Trustees that is selected from its more than 40,000 members worldwide.  Since 1973, Community Associations Institute (CAI) has been the

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MCL 559.167: Michigan Court of Appeals rules that Developer lost right to construct units on common element land

Kevin Hirzel, Brandan Hallaq, Kayleigh Long and Joe Wloszek of Hirzel Law, PLC represented the Cove Creek Condominium Association in this case. In Cove Creek Condo Ass’n v Vistal Land & Home Dev, LLC, __ Mich App __; __ NW2d __(2019), issued December 19, 2019 (Docket No. 342372), the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a published opinion establishing binding legal

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Hirzel Law, PLC is proud to announce our NEW Traverse City office!

Hirzel Law, PLC is pleased to announce that it is opening a second office in Traverse City, Michigan in January 2020 to better serve its northern Michigan clients.  The new office is located at 1001 Bay St., Suite B, Traverse City, Michigan. The firm is also proud to announce that Michael McCulloch, Esq., an experienced community association attorney and litigator,

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Who is Responsible for Carrying Insurance on a Condominium?

Introduction For many people, purchasing a home is the largest investment they will make in their lifetime. While owning real estate should be considered an investment, it should also be viewed as a risk. Aside from the risk that the property will decrease in value, every homeowner should consider the risk that the property could be destroyed, as well as

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HB 5260: Exempting Condominiums from the Marketable Record Title Act

As previously discussed in, Amendment to the Marketable Record Title Act puts Michigan Restrictive Covenants at Risk, the Michigan Marketable Record Title Act, MCL 565.101, eq seq., was amended at the end of 2018, via 2018 PA 572, and may have unforeseen consequences for Michigan condominiums and homeowners associations.  As a result of the 2018 amendment to the Michigan Marketable

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CBD Oil: Does it violate the prohibition on illegal activity in your condominium bylaws?

Michigan is one of the most progressive states when it comes to decriminalizing marijuana use for medicinal and recreational purposes.  Accordingly, it should be no surprise that cannabidiol (“CBD”) oil is becoming commonplace on supermarket shelves and in other retailers in Michigan.  As discussed in Recreational Marijuana: How will it impact Michigan Condominium Associations, marijuana is still illegal under federal

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Kevin Hirzel’s interview with Murray Feldman on the Feldman Report on WWJ AM 950

A site condominium is a type of condominium that exists in Michigan and is composed of single-family homes.  Site condominium units are still subject to restrictions contained in a Master Deed and Condominium Bylaws and it is important that purchasers review the Master Deed and Condominium Bylaws before purchasing.  Many people who purchase a home in a site condominium do

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