MI Supreme Court declines appeal in flooding suit against GR (condo)

The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal in the lawsuit against the city of Grand Rapids over flooding that damaged Plaza Towers.  In an order issued Tuesday, the court said the lawsuit is valid and the city can still be sued. The decision upheld the Court of Appeals ruling in December that revived the lawsuit.    Read the article…………


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