Complaint: Michigan Condominium owners need not be suckered by Attorney Robert M. Meisner of Meisner and Associates (Bingham Farms, MI) or his book, Condo Living: A Survival Guide to Buying Owning and Selling a Condominium. Meisner and Associates (Bingham Farms, MI) is not worth your trouble or money. Michigan law statues and applicable case laws concerning condominiums can be fought by any realestate lawyer not solely Meisner who names himself the Michigan Condominium King. Avoid this lawyer, Robert M. Meisner and law firm, Meisner and Associates. If assigned to Brian Harris, Harris is not a bright spot lawyer, a liar and will be telephoning Meisner if he is out of the office questing what to say to client. LOL If you are a condominium owner, especially in Michigan and need a lawyer, should not be Robert M. Meisner of Meisner and Associates, PC. Michigan condominium associations and owners must adhere to its bylaws but important, extremely, u201cCondominium associations bylaws do not supersede state or federal laws. Maintenance personnel in Michigan inspecting or administering maintenance in the area of heating and cooling, electrical and plumbing must be state licensed, must pass an exam to secure the state license and must encircle the trade (s) or crafts (s) for which he or she is licensed (electrical, heating or plumbing). Condominium owners cannot withhold their required monthly maintenance fee, the condominium association however has a fiduciary responsibility to maintain the grounds and outside condominium buildings in good order. While the condominium association is not surer of safety, it has a duty to exercise DUE CARE, Roberts v Stevens Enterprise, Inc. (1999) WL 334455020.
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