Condominium conflicts Condo lawyers discuss handling potential litigation, compromise (MI)

You can either stay or go. Sue, compromise, or get political by campaigning to join a condominium association board.  These are the pared-down options for a condominium co-owner unhappy with how things are operated, Kevin Hirzel, a Michigan condominium attorney with Livonia-based Cummings, McClorey, Davis & Acho PLC, said recently.  He added that co-owners can resolve their issues by joining the board to enforce rules that they feel are being broken or ignored.    Read the article…………..


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