Tag Archives: Michigan Real Estate Law

Fighting the Financial Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19): The Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Loan Advance

The Small Business Administration (“SBA”) has made two significant programs available to help small businesses withstand the financial impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic on the United States economy: (1) the Paycheck Protection Program; and (2) the Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Loan Advance. Both programs are intended to help small businesses by providing funds for necessary operational expenses. Businesses

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Hirzel Law, PLC remains open

With the growing concerns about the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Hirzel Law’s highest priority is ensuring our staff and our clients are as safe as possible. It’s paramount to us that you continue to receive the same level of support you are accustomed to, and we’re confident that with the measures we’ve put in place, we can mitigate this

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Resolving Satellite Dish Location Disputes: Sastin 2, LLC v Hemingway Association, Inc

Homeowner associations often seek to exercise architectural control over exterior structures within their communities which impact community aesthetics.  For some issues, however, an association’s concern over the form of a structure potentially impacts its function creating a conflict between the interest of the association and the interest of the owner seeking to install the structure.  The installation and location of

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2019 SUPER LAWYERS RISING STARS AWARD RECIPIENTS JOHN CALVIN , BRANDAN HALLAQ, KEVIN HIRZEL AND JOE WLOSZEK

Congratulations to John Calvin, Brandan Hallaq, Kevin Hirzel and Joe Wloszek of Hirzel Law, PLC on being selected as Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” for 2019. Being named a “Rising Star” is a significant honor as no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state are awarded this designation each year. Super Lawyers recognizes the top lawyers in Michigan via

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WXYZ interviews Kevin Hirzel on Confederate Flags in HOA’s

Syma Chowdhry of WXYZ (Channel 7) interviewed Kevin Hirzel today regarding first amendment rights to fly the confederate flag on privately owned property and in community associations.  Watch “The Now” at 4pm on August 28, 2017 to learn about how a condominium association, homeowner’s association, co-op or apartment can legally restrict confederate flags and potential pitfalls for community associations under

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Michigan Court of Appeals rules that amendments to HOA Restrictions require unanimous consent.

The Michigan Court of appeals recently made the following significant rulings that impact Michigan Homeowners’ Associations in Conlin v Upton, Michigan Court of Appeals Docket No. 322458 (November 24, 2015) (Published Opinion): The absence of an amendment provision in the original declaration of restrictions for a subdivision precluded a HOA from later amending its declaration with less than unanimous consent

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