How to handle unauthorized co-owner modifications to the common elements (MI)

Michigan condominium associations are often forced to deal with co-owners that are unfamiliar with condominium living, or in some instances, are not even aware that they live in a condominium that is governed by a master deed, bylaws or rules in regulations. As a result, it is not uncommon for a co-owner to unilaterally make modifications to the general common elements without discussing the proposed modifications with the board of directors. This article will discuss how the board of directors of a condominium association can remedy unilateral modifications to the common elements by a co-owner.    Read the article……………

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