Michigan Court of Appeals rules that modular home violates restrictive covenants

Michigan Court of Appeals rules that modular home violates restrictive covenants

In Thiel v Goyings, unpublished opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued August 8, 2017 (Docket No. 333000), the Michigan Court of Appeals held that the construction of a partially prefabricated home violated the restrictive covenants in the Timber Ridge Bay...
The Difference Between General and Limited Common Elements in Traditional and Site Condominiums in Michigan

The Difference Between General and Limited Common Elements in Traditional and Site Condominiums in Michigan

In Michigan, condominiums consist of either units or common elements. Common elements are further subdivided into two categories: general common elements and limited common elements. Under most Michigan condominium documents, the difference between general common...
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations:  Keep your Condominium Association current!

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Keep your Condominium Association current!

Electric vehicles are increasing in popularity throughout the United States and create unique challenges for Michigan condominium associations, especially those that were created before electric vehicles were even contemplated. Experts project that by 2040, at least...
What is a Disclosure Statement and what is Required?

What is a Disclosure Statement and what is Required?

In Michigan, condominium developers are required to provide several documents to prospective purchasers of a condominium. Pursuant to MCL 559.106, “Developer” is defined as “a person engaged in the business of developing a condominium project as provided in this act”....