Michigan Court of Appeals rules that Unincorporated HOA may govern under Declaration

In Suttons Bay Yacht Village Condominium Association, et. al. v Board of Representatives of Port Sutton Community, et. al., Docket No. 325327 (May 19, 2016) (Unpublished Opinion), the Michigan Court of Appeals held that an unincorporated voluntary association had legal authority to administer a declaration as a master homeowners association.      Read the article…………


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