Category Archives: Amendments

Court of Appeals Rules against Condominium Association, Strictly Enforces Bylaws “Anti-Lawsuit” Restriction

The Michigan Court of Appeals recently rendered yet another decision against a condominium association strictly enforcing a lawsuit restriction contained in the association’s bylaws. In Sawgrass Ridge Condominium Association v Louis and Marilyn Alarie (“Alaries”) the association’s board of directors … Continue reading

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MICHIGAN COURT OF APPEALS RULES AGAINST CONDO ASSOCIATION AND INVALIDATES SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TO FUND LITIGATION WITHOUT A CO-OWNER VOTE AS CONTRARY TO BYLAWS

In a recent unpublished Michigan Court of Appeals case entitled Nottingham Village Condominium Association v. John and Jane Doe Pensom, the Court ruled against the condominium association, and affirmed the co-owners’ right to have a condominium lien invalidated because the … Continue reading

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6 BIG REASONS WHY YOUR ASSOCIATION SHOULD CONSIDER AMENDING ITS GOVERNING DOCUMENTS (OR, 6 BIG REASONS WHY YOUR BYLAWS ARE PROBABLY TERRIBLE)

By Gregory J. Fioritto There are a myriad of reasons why it may be in the best interests of an Association to amend its governing documents, which include the Association’s Articles of Incorporation, Master Deed, Condominium Bylaws, Subdivision Plans, as … Continue reading

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