Michigan Ct. of App. Rules That Amendments to HOA Restrictions Require Unanimous Consent

The Michigan Court of appeals recently made the following significant rulings that impact Michigan Homeowners’ Associations in Conlin v Upton, Michigan Court of Appeals Docket No. 322458 (November 24, 2015) (Published Opinion):   Read the article……….


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