Seven Instances When a Michigan Condominium Association Requires Mortgagee Approval to Amend

The Michigan Condominium Act, MCL 559.101, et. seq., contains various provisions related to the manner in which a condominium association may amend its master deed, bylaws and condominium subdivision plan (the “Condominium Documents”). Excluding special rules pertaining to developers, under most circumstances an amendment to the Condominium Documents simply requires 2/3 co-owner approval.   Read the article……….


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