CMDA attorneys assist Condominium and Homeowners’ Associations with implementing the appropriate corporate governance procedures. We are well versed in interpreting the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws for Michigan Condominium Associations, Co-operatives and Homeowner Associations, as well as the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act. We counsel clients with respect to counting votes appropriately, drafting proxies, drafting designated voter representative forms, drafting meeting notices, issues concerning Robert’s Rules of Order, properly running meetings of the Association, properly running meetings of the Board of Directors, along with any other procedural aspects of operating a Community Association. Additionally, CMDA attorneys are experienced in attending and/or running Association meetings. A properly run Association is essential to avoiding costly litigation.
Corporate Governance/Operational Issues
- Michigan Governor Encouraging the Use of Electronic Signatures, Remote Notarization and Witnessing during the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Alternative Methods to Conducting Meetings and to Limit In-Person Interactions within your Community Association during the Covid-19 Outbreak
- Recent Michigan Court of Appeals Decision Holds in Favor of Condominium Association’s Amendment of its Bylaws to Preclude Short-Term Rentals