The real estate attorneys at CMDA assist builders, developers, and individual property owners with splitting lots and obtaining municipal approval for the same. While a lawsuit is not always necessary, certain modifications to plats, such as vacating, correcting, or revising a highway, road, street, or other land dedicated to public use require the filing of a lawsuit in a Michigan Circuit Court. The Michigan Land Division Act sets forth circumstances in which a court order is required to revise a plat, the necessary parties to the action, and the requirements for fully or partially amending the plat. Upon entry of a final order, MCL 560.227a sets forth the manner in which title to the property will vest after it has been vacated.
Land Division Act/Plat Issues
- Appropriate Steps to take when Collecting Assessments from Delinquent Condominium and HOA Homeowners
- 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