Are there any claims available to a property owner whose property has been either physically taken, or rendered useless through zoning regulations under Michigan law?
In Michigan, condominium developments are regulated by the Michigan Condominium Act, MCL §559.101 et seq. (“The Act”). The Act was adopted in 1978 and provides detailed
Michigan law provides that local governments have the power to re-zone property under a rather broad set of criteria. Can a property owner challenge the
The Michigan Court of Appeals reversed the decision of a local Zoning Board of Appeals that denied a homeowner the right to rent her lakefront
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