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Michigan Association Fees: Do I Have to Pay?

Michigan Association Fees: Do I Have to Pay?

Michigan Association Fees: Generally Part of the (Ownership) Deal Michigan Association Fees: The Documentation Tells the Tale Michigan association fees and dues and, sometimes, penalties are a way of life for those who purchase property that is subject to a condominium or homeowners association. While not every property one might purchase is part of a formal association, properties that have been platted and developed according to a common developer's vision are often likely to be. A condominium develop ...

Posted on February 15th, 2018 by John Hilla - Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney in Real Estate and Property Law

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Michigan Real Estate Closings: Should I Hire a Lawyer?

Michigan Real Estate Closings: When Do I Need an Attorney? Michigan Real Estate Closings Sometimes Require Assistance Not every Michigan real estate closing, sale or purchase, requires the use of an attorney. Some transactions, however, would benefit from at least a review of the pertinent documentation involved by a skilled Michigan real estate attorney. It is safe to say that all commercial transactions ought to be reviewed and negotiated by an attorney, given insurance, liability, tenant and rental considerations, environmental, ...

Posted on January 26th, 2018 by John Hilla - Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney in Real Estate and Property Law

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