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……….
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
The Association and Small Claims Court: Why “Going it Alone” to Collect Assessments May Not be a Community Association’s Best Option
The recent real estate crisis has caused an increase in assessment delinquencies for both condominium and homeowners’ associations alike. In order
The enforcement of parking restrictions is one of the most common problems that condominium associations and property managers are forced