House Bill No. 5655: The Effective Repeal of a Condominium Association’s Ability to Collect Assessments and Other Misadventures in Legislation
On May 17th, 2016, Rep. Peter Lucido introduced a bill into the Michigan House which seeks to remake some very important laws that govern life at condominiums. Among other things, the new law would make it effectively impossible for associations to collect assessments in many cases and would seek to impose new administrative duties on a Lansing bureaucracy which the legislature has not funded to perform its existing administrative duties relative to condominiums for at least two decades. These and other proposed changes are highly undesirable, to say the least. Read the article…………..
The Legislature passed three condominium-related bills during its 2013 Regular Session that ended at midnight on June 5th (PA 13-156,
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he Michigan Zoning Enabling Act allows municipalities to regulate the development and use of land pursuant to a zoning power
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