Michigan House Bill 4015 (2017): Bad News for Michigan Condominium Associations

On January 12, 2017, House Bill 4015 (2017) was introduced in the Michigan House of Representatives and would make significant changes to the Michigan Condominium Act. The bill is a reincarnation of former House Bill 5655 that had failed to pass in 2016. Similar to House Bill 5655, House Bill 4015 is extremely problematic for Michigan Condominium Associations. House Bill 4015 would make the following significant changes to the Michigan Condominium Act:   Read the article………….


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