Florida HOA Act Allows Owners to Speak for at Least 3 Minutes at Annual Meetings

Developers of condominium projects, and the professionals they retain to draft condominium subdivision plans, should be alerted of changes to MCL 559.166 which took effect February 1, 2016. First, to eliminate any confusion about the licensing status of professionals authorized to draft condominium plans, MCL 559.166(1) states that only licensed architects, licensed professional surveyors, and licensed professional engineers may prepare these plans. The prior subsection arguably permitted unlicensed architects and surveyors to complete condominium subdivision plans.   Read the article……………


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