Items Tagged with 'Michigan Court of Appeals'
Will transferring business real property from one family entity to another trigger higher property taxes? Read More
Thanks to a recent decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals, transferring your family cottage into a limited liability company could increase your property taxes significantly. Read More
LANSING — The Michigan Court of Appeals has ordered that an initiative to raise the state's minimum wage to $12 be placed on the November ballot, rejecting the restaurant industry's challenges to petition signatures and how the measure is written. Read More
LANSING — An assistant attorney general has been promoted to judge at the Michigan Court of Appeals. Read More
All 110 of the KCLBA’s marketable houses will probably be sold by year-end.
Kent County Land Bank Authority had a good year, in the view of its executive director, Dave Allen, and not just because the Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against it by a group of disgruntled real estate agents and investors. Read More
Couple is entitled to more than $470,000 in damages.
LANSING — A couple who bought a South Haven condo built on contaminated land two blocks from Lake Michigan is entitled to about $470,000 in damages from the realtor and her real estate agency that handled the deal, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled. Read More