Feud between homeowner’s group, couple heads to court (MI)

Windows are installed and wall framing is up, but a Livingston County couple may have to stop building their new home, tear it down and start over. It all depends on the outcome of a feud with their homeowner’s association board members that turned into a lawsuit.  Ralph and Sharon Hazen refused to stop building their new home in the North Shore Village subdivision after their homeowner’s association slapped them with a suit for changing plans of how the home would be positioned on property they purchased on Edgewood Shores Drive near Crooked Lake in Genoa Township. They were asked to remove their “nonconforming” house, start over and stick to association approved plans.   Read the article…………….


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