Michigan Court rules that MCL 559.132 does not allow for a Condominium to be expanded to add units after 6 years

On December 1, 2016, the Grand Traverse County Circuit Court ruled that units could not be added to a condominium after the expiration of the six (6) year time frame contained in MCL 559.132 in Irish v Scheppe Investments, Inc., et. al., Grand Traverse County Circuit Case No. 2016-031750-CH. As was discussed in Was your Condominium Properly Expanded under the Michigan Condominium Act, MCL 559.132(c) provides a six (6) year time cap on an expansion to a condominium that adds units. MCL 559.132 provides in pertinent part:    Read the article……………


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