Michigan Court Of Appeals Affirms Ruling

Couzens-Lansky-NeumanOn June 22, 2017, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a unanimous per curiam decision affirming the ruling of the Oakland County Circuit Court that membership in a homeowners association became voluntary when the recorded restrictions requiring membership expired by their terms.  The plaintiffs in the case sought a declaratory judgment that they were not required to join the homeowners association when the recorded restrictions expired in 1986.

Phillip J. Neuman, a partner at Couzens Lansky, represented the plaintiffs in the case.