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Rebuilding a Michigan Condominium After a Fire

/ Owner - February 17, 2022

Having a fire in a condominium project is a terrifying thought. In addition to the risk of loss of life, there is a high probability that a condominium unit and the common elements will be damaged, or worse, destroyed. In the event of fire damage, the condominium documents should designate the condominium association’s and co-owners’ respective responsibilities for the costs of the repairs and replacements of the damage. An unpublished 2007 case from the Michigan Court of Appeals provides insight into how a condominium association’s bylaws can allocate those responsibilities and what happens if a condominium association takes on more responsibility than the bylaws require.   Read the entire article……………………………….

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