How Recent Changes to Periodic Garnishments in Michigan Affect Condominium Collection Practices

The Board of Directors for condominium associations are often faced with delinquent co-owners who fail to pay assessments or fines. Typically, the Association seeks voluntary compliance with the co-owner to obtain payment, but sometimes the Association is forced to pursue a judgment against the delinquent co-owner. If that happens, the Association may pursue collection efforts against the co-owner, including but not limited to, a periodic garnishment sent to the co-owner’s employer.  Read the article………..


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