CMDA attorneys represent landowners to protect and fight against such annoyances and to protect our clients’ aesthetic enjoyment of their property. There are two related legal remedies in the State of Michigan regarding annoyances such as smell, sight or sound and/or the exclusion of unwanted intruders: nuisance and trespass. A nuisance interferes with a property owner’s reasonable use and enjoyment of his/her property. A trespass is the unlawful entering of another person’s property without permission.
- 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