Can Michigan Condominium Associations Restrict Sex Offenders Within Their Projects?

Condominium Association Boards are often faced with making difficult decisions while governing their condominium projects. For example, some typical difficult decisions Boards face are whether to raise assessments, whether to pursue a fellow co-owner who fails to comply with the condominium documents, whether to evict a co-owner’s tenants who are being unruly, and whether to pursue a developer for construction defects, just to name a few. One of the toughest issues that a Board has to deal with is determining what restrictions should be placed on the condominium project and how to implement them.    Read the article……………..


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