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LANDLORD TENANT ISSUES IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

LANDLORD TENANT ISSUES IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

The novel coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”) has impacted nearly every aspect of life, including residential housing. People living in communal living spaces and apartment buildings need to take particular care to prevent and address community spread. Landlords and...
HOW TO HANDLE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION COLLECTIONS IN THE AFTERMATH OF COVID-19

HOW TO HANDLE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION COLLECTIONS IN THE AFTERMATH OF COVID-19

On March 10, 2020, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-4 and declared a State of Emergency in the State of Michigan related to the respiratory disease novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  On March 13, President Donald Trump declared a National Emergency. ...
US DISTRICT COURT RULES THAT PRIOR RECORDED CONDOMINIUM LIEN TAKES PRIORITY OVER FEDERAL TAX LIEN TO THE EXTENT OF THE AMOUNT STATED IN THE LIEN NOTICE

US DISTRICT COURT RULES THAT PRIOR RECORDED CONDOMINIUM LIEN TAKES PRIORITY OVER FEDERAL TAX LIEN TO THE EXTENT OF THE AMOUNT STATED IN THE LIEN NOTICE

In Yarmouth Commons Ass’n v Norwood, et al., 299 F. Supp.3d 862 (E.D. Mich., 2017), the United States District Court held that a prior recorded condominium lien had priority over a federal tax lien but only to the extent of the amount stated in the lien notice. Facts...