The Michigan Condominium Act: Time for a Change

The Michigan Condominium Act was enacted in 1978 and is now over thirty-five years old. While significant amendments were made to the Michigan Condominium Act in 2001 and 2002, the Michigan Condominium Act does not currently meet the needs of various stakeholders as it is outdated and disorganized. In 2015 and 2016, the Michigan Legislature introduced five (5) bills that either amended or would amend the Michigan Condominium Act. However, as discussed in my recent article in the Michigan Real Property Review, The Michigan Condominium Act: Time for a Change a complete overhaul of the Michigan Condominium Act is likely necessary.      Read the article…………..


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