RESIDENTIAL USE V. NON-RESIDENTIAL USE IN MICHIGAN CONDOMINIUMS

RESIDENTIAL USE V. NON-RESIDENTIAL USE IN MICHIGAN CONDOMINIUMS

In Michigan, many condominium documents contain a limitation that a Unit may be used for “residential purposes” only. Historically, an owner or the developer of a parcel of property could impose reasonable building, use, and occupancy restrictions on a parcel of...
2019 LAW SEMINAR BEST MANUSCRIPT AWARD RECIPIENT KEVIN HIRZEL

2019 LAW SEMINAR BEST MANUSCRIPT AWARD RECIPIENT KEVIN HIRZEL

Each year the CAI Law Seminar Planning Committee reviews over 50 presentations and topic submissions focused solely on community association law from over 100 potential presenters to determine the breakout sessions for the following year’s event. Only one-third of the...
Amending Deed Restrictions: Giving Meaning to Successive Terms without Ignoring Declarant Intent

Amending Deed Restrictions: Giving Meaning to Successive Terms without Ignoring Declarant Intent

Introduction Restrictive covenants in Michigan are valuable property rights and have been effectively used to assist in the orderly development of Michigan communities.  The rights contained in restrictive covenants are used by developers to implement their community...