Generally, no. The Michigan Zoning Enabling Act addresses the approval of special/conditional land uses and site plans. Within each Township...Read More
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At the MTA 2019 “We’re Glad You Asked That” Q&A segment, Attorney Kyle O’Meara answers the question “If a property is written a violation, and then sold, but the new owner is unaware, what happens?”
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