Individual Condominium Co-Owners & Homeowners
In addition to our primary practice of representing condominium, cooperative and homeowners’ associations, our firm also represents individual co-owners and homeowners in matters involving community association legal issues.
Michigan courts have ruled that the governing documents of community association constitute an enforceable contract between the owners. We assist owners in ascertaining the full extent of their rights under this contract. Although we work to resolve disputes with associations without unnecessary and costly litigation, our attorneys will nevertheless vigorously pursue legal action necessary to enforce our clients’ rights under the association’s governing documents.
Our representation of individual co-owners and homeowners also involves enforcing their rights under the various local, state, and federal laws that govern associations, including the Michigan Condominium Act and Nonprofit Corporation Act.
Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC, also represents homeowners in seeking redress in other types of real property disputes, such as those involving easement rights and zoning.