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“TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE” CHANGES TO THE SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN ADVANCE GRANT

“TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE” CHANGES TO THE SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN ADVANCE GRANT

The full economic impact of COVID-19 and its related “stay at home” orders cannot be measured right now. Anecdotal evidence suggests that widespread delinquencies and defaults have begun. Condominium and homeowner associations are not immune and can rightly expect...
EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-42: MICHIGAN BANS SHORT-TERM RENTALS UNTIL APRIL 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-42: MICHIGAN BANS SHORT-TERM RENTALS UNTIL APRIL 30, 2020

On April 9, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-42, which extended the stay-at-home requirements that were originally contained in Executive Order 2020-21 until April 30, 2020.  In addition to extending the stay-at-home requirements, Executive Order...
HAS YOUR CONDO ASSOCIATION ADOPTED BUILDING ACCESS AND USE RULES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19?

HAS YOUR CONDO ASSOCIATION ADOPTED BUILDING ACCESS AND USE RULES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19?

It is important that Michigan condominium associations are proactive in protecting the health and safety of the co-owners during the coronavirus pandemic.  As previously noted by the Michigan Court of Appeals: Inherent in the condominium concept is the principle that...
COURT RULES SITE CONDOMINIUM UNIT WAS REBUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH MASTER DEED

COURT RULES SITE CONDOMINIUM UNIT WAS REBUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH MASTER DEED

In DeCaminada v Hammond, unpublished opinion of the Court of Appeals, issued February 18, 2020 (Docket No. 345847), the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that the co-owners of a site condominium unit who constructed a larger home, after losing their home in a fire, had...