Media Contacts: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications; [email protected]; 248.260.8466; Daniel Dalton; [email protected]; 248.229.2329 Detroit—November 4, 2020—Detroit-based land use, business, and denominational trust law firm Dalton &
When a landowner uses his or her property in a way that becomes contrary to a newly adopted or amended zoning ordinance, the ability of
Michigan courts once again shines the spotlight on the significance of a plat in lakefront property disputes. The case of Saunders v. Rhodes (decided June
Land use attorney highlights eight considerations when buying waterfront property Media Contacts: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications; [email protected]; 248.260.8466; Daniel Dalton; ddal[email protected]; 248.229.2329 Detroit—June 23, 2020—Outdoor
To challenge a local planning or zoning decision in Michigan, one must generally qualify as an “aggrieved party.” Unfortunately, Michigan courts have interpreted the “aggrieved
Any attorney who has appealed a land use or zoning decision in Michigan knows that courts are hesitant to overturn the decisions of local ZBAs
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