Category Archives: Court Opinions

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In a recent unpublished Michigan Court of Appeals case entitled Nottingham Village Condominium Association v. John and Jane Doe Pensom, the Court ruled against the condominium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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