Co-owners Cannot Withhold Assessments in a Dispute with the Condominium Association

Quite often, when a co-owner becomes dissatisfied with the maintenance or services provided by the Condominium Association, he or she may decide to withhold condominium assessment payments until the issue is resolved. Not only is the co-owner’s withholding of assessments frustrating to the Condominium Association, but it is also in direct violation of the Michigan Condominium Act and Michigan case law.      Read the article………….


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