MI Ct. of App. Rules That HOA Developer is Subject to the Michigan Consumer Protection Act

In Liss v. Lewiston–Richard Inc, 478 Mich. 203; 732 NW2d 514 (2007), the Michigan Supreme Court held that a residential home builder was exempt from compliance with the Michigan Consumer Protection Act, MCL 445.901 et seq. The Michigan Supreme Court reasoned that MCL 445.904(1)(a) exempted homebuilders from compliance with the Act as they were specifically authorized to build homes under the Michigan Occupational Code, MCL 339.101 et seq.    Read the article…………


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