Executive Order 2020-175: Governor Whitmer enters new executive order on swimming pool and recreational facility restrictions

     Michigan condominium associations and homeowners associations have been struggling with decisions to open swimming pools and other recreational facilities all summer.  Many community associations have kept facilities closed for safety and liability reasons.  On September 3, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-175 and Executive Order 2020-176, which altered the restrictions on swimming pools and recreational facilities that […]

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MCL 559.154: What is the difference between arbitration and mediation?

Conflict is inevitable when co-owners live in close proximity in a condominium association.  Whether it is a barking dog, loud music or unpleasant odor, it is important that a condominium association has a mechanism to resolve disputes between co-owners.  Many condominium associations resolve disputes by commencing an action in circuit court to enforce the master deed and bylaws as permitted […]

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MCL 559.152: When do the co-owners elect directors after developer control?

Every Michigan condominium association goes through a transition in which control of the board of directors is transferred from developer control to co-owner control.  In many condominium associations, it is not uncommon for a developer to attempt to retain control of all positions on the board of directors until the developer is ready to completely exit the condominium.  However, the […]

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Executive Order 2020-115: Michigan relaxes restrictions on recreational facilities and pools

If your Condo or HOA has a fitness center, gym, pool or other recreational facilities, you should read this article to learn more about the additional safety requirements imposed by Executive Order 2020-114 and Executive Order 2020-115.

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Executive Order 2020-59: Michigan extends ban on short-term rentals to May 15, 2020, but permits landscapers to operate

UPDATE: On May 7, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-77, which extended the ban on short-term vacation rentals in Executive Order 2020-59 until May 28, 2020. On April 24, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-59, which extended the stay-at-home requirements that were originally contained in Executive Order 2020-21 and Executive Order 2020-42.  The important highlights of the order […]

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