KEVIN HIRZEL’S INTERVIEW WITH MURRAY FELDMAN ON THE FELDMAN REPORT ON WWJ AM 950

KEVIN HIRZEL’S INTERVIEW WITH MURRAY FELDMAN ON THE FELDMAN REPORT ON WWJ AM 950

A site condominium is a type of condominium that exists in Michigan and is composed of single-family homes.  Site condominium units are still subject to restrictions contained in a Master Deed and Condominium Bylaws and it is important that purchasers review the...
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...
2019 SUPER LAWYERS RISING STARS AWARD RECIPIENTS JOHN CALVIN , BRANDAN HALLAQ, KEVIN HIRZEL AND JOE WLOSZEK

2019 SUPER LAWYERS RISING STARS AWARD RECIPIENTS JOHN CALVIN , BRANDAN HALLAQ, KEVIN HIRZEL AND JOE WLOSZEK

Congratulations to John Calvin, Brandan Hallaq, Kevin Hirzel and Joe Wloszek of Hirzel Law, PLC on being selected as Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” for 2019. Being named a “Rising Star” is a significant honor as no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state are...
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...