Michigan Real Estate Attorney: The eviction process in Michigan requires that a landlord move carefully to ensure the protection of their premises. - The Hilla Law Firm (734) 743-1489.
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Michigan Foreclosure Process Must Stop When Homeowners Dispute Validity of Debt (FDCPA) Per Sixth Circuit
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that, under the FDCPA, Michigan foreclosure processes must cease when a homeowner disputes the validity of the debt. - Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney John Hilla (734) 743-1489
Michigan's Construction Lien Act now allows design professionals (architects surveyors, and engineers) to record a notice of their contract for services upon execution. Attorney John Hilla can assist you with the drafting, noticing, and recording of your interest. (734) 743-1489
Constructive Eviction: Being Kicked Out of the Side Door The Lawful Eviction Procedure in Michigan In Michigan, a lawful eviction is a very specific procedure. Presuming a valid basis for the eviction, such as breach of a specific lease...