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The condominium is a complex form of property ownership governed primarily by the Michigan Condominium Act, Michigan Compiled Laws Section 559.101 et seq., and the regulations issued pursuant thereto by the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services. 

The following articles authored by the experienced attorneys of Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC, address many of the key legal issues that often arise in dealing with condominiums.

Recent Articles:
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The Problem with Rentals in Condominiums (and Some Possible Solutions)
Part I – Defining the Problem, and Rental Caps as a Solution
by Gregory J. Fioritto

The Problem with Rentals in Condominiums (and Some Possible Solutions)
Part II – Rental Bans, Waiting Periods, and the Proper Role of Exemptions
by Gregory J. Fioritto

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Bankruptcy, But Were Afraid to Ask
by Melissa D. Francis, Esq.

The New FHA Requirements for Condominium Mortgages
by Tracy N. Danner-Bond

The Association and Small Claims Court:
Why “Going it Alone” to Collect Assessments May Not be a
Community Association’s Best Option

by Mark B. Davis

Co-owners Cannot Withhold Assessments in a
Dispute with the Condominium Association

by Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Requirements For Condominium Mortgage Loans
by Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC

FCC Ruling Prohibits Contracts Granting Exclusive Access to a Single Cable Provider at Residential Communities
by Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC

Real Estate Short Sales
by Attorney Mark B. Davis

You’ve Got Fine Written All Over You: A Guide on How to Properly Assess Fines
by Zelmanski, Danner & Fioritto, PLLC

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