Slip and Fall on the Condominium Premises (MI): Does the Condominium Owe a Statutory Duty to its Co-owners?
What happens if a Co-owner slips and falls on the condominium premises? Does the Co-owner have a right to sue the Association or its property manager for failing to maintain the common areas in reasonable repair? Can the Co-owner recover from the Association (i.e. all of the other Co-owners) for damages sustained on the condominium premises? Can the Association use the Open and Obvious Doctrine as a defense in the condominium context? The answer to these questions may surprise you. A recent, published Michigan Court of Appeals decision addresses these concerns and more. Read the article…………
Nevada Supreme Court Strikes Significant Blow Against HOA Super-Priority Foreclosure-Sale Purchasers
In September 2014, the Nevada Supreme Court held that an HOA could foreclose on its nominal super-priority lien and extinguish
The Senate Local Government Committee just passed out of Committee an overhauled version of SB 126 which was introduced by
Maryland Court of Appeals Revises Pit Bull Ruling — Strict Liability Remains For Owners Of Pure Breds and Their Landlords But Not Cross Breds
After granting a motion to reconsider its ruling imposing strict liability on the owners of pit bulls and their landlords,